The Somerset Charabanc arrives!

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The Wassail Theatre Company in association with Reve(a)l Productions presents "The Somerset Charabanc".
Set and performed on a 1920s miller's cart pulled by two Suffolk Punch horses, the play is a spellbinding outdoor performance. It tells the tale of Sam and Edie who are getting married. They only met yesterday but fell instantly head over heels in love and they're using Ivan's Charabanc to get to their wedding. On the way, as they find out what new-found love means and discover the depths of each other's differences, a ghost from the past comes out of the shadows.
Starts at: The Rose & Crown Inn, Huish Episcopi and is approximately two hours/five miles duration.
Performances: Thurs 7 & Fri 8 Sept at 6.00pm each day
Sat 9 & Sun 10 Sept at 11.00am and 2.30pm each day
Fri 15 Sept at 6.00pm
Sat 16 & Sun 17 Sept at 11.00am & 2.30pm each day
Ticket prices: Thurs 7 Sept — all tickets £5. All other shows: Adults — £10; Under 16's — £5 (One adult half price when booking two adults + two or more children.)
Book online at wassailtheatre.brownpapertickets.com or tel 01935 509706. Pre-booking is essential.
This is an outdoor performance, so please check the weather and dress appropriately.
Part of Langfest17.

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