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'Curtains Up' for Bourne Footlights' forthcoming production in June




The Bourne Footlights return in June with the play ‘Curtain Up’ - the hilarious story of five women who inherit equal shares in a dilapidated theatre and plan to bring it back to life again.

They try various fundraising schemes - but their most ambitious is to hold a concert featuring local talent and a world-famous star who agrees to appear for no fee!

However, their plans go awry and it’s a race to keep their audience from guessing the truth of the matter.

Neena Quinlan, Jane Gabbutt, Laura Harwood and Dorothy Powell in rehearsal for Curtain Up with the Bourne Footlights. (9605569)
Neena Quinlan, Jane Gabbutt, Laura Harwood and Dorothy Powell in rehearsal for Curtain Up with the Bourne Footlights. (9605569)

Bourne Footlights will present this fast-paced and very funny comedy at the Bourne Corn Exchange on Wednesday, June 5, Thursday 6 and Friday 7.

Doors open at 7pm with the performance starting at 7.30pm. There will be a fully licensed bar provided by the venue before the performance and during the interval.

Tickets are priced at £10 (senior citizens £8 on Wednesday and Thursday). They are available for purchase from ‘The Ginger Fox Café’, Abbey Road, Bourne, from now. (Cash or cheque only.)

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Boxing clever with Cardboard Carnival at Crowland Abbey on Sunday



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