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Weekly Edition - Publication date:- 2017-27-05

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The Secret's out "It's going to be fabulous family Spring Bank Holiday"

PENDLE Productions have joined forces with Sefton Council to present 2 fabulous family favourite theatre productions in Sefton's parks this ½ Term.

On Sunday the 28 of May there will be 2 performances, midday and at 2.30pm, of "The Secret Garden" at the Community Garden, King's Garden, Promenade, Southport, PR8 1QX. You are sure to be captivated by 'The Storytellers Theatre Company's' adaptation of this well loved classic tale where Mary Lennox has the misfortune of being orphaned and goes to live with an English vicar, but Mary was born to better things than this, and soon is winding her way through the Yorkshire countryside with Mrs Medlock, the House Keeper at Misselthwaite Manor. Adopted by her disabled Uncle in a house where most of the rooms are shut and locked, Mary has to create her own entertainment to while away the hours. Outside the house she finds a Secret Garden and Mary spends much of her time exploring and creating her own hidden world. With filmatic music score, this production is brought to life right in front of your eyes.

Then on Sunday, 4 June 2017, from midday to 2.30pm, the performance location will be the Marine Gardens, Marine Crescent, Waterloo, Nr Crosby, L22 8PQ, where Dorothy will join Toto, Scarecrow, the Tin Man and Lion in the Fantastic "The Wizard of Oz." With colourful song, costume and action packed performance, this will prove to be a great treat for all who see it. Will the 'Wicked Witch of the West' triumph, or will Dorothy rid the land of Oz of the tyrant, once and for all? She must kill both of the Wicked Witches if 'The Great Oz' is to help her back to her home in Kansas. And what about the Scarecrow, does he find his brains? Just book your seat to see this production!

These 2 productions are part of a whole season of productions that run right through the summer in Sefton's parks. All Tickets are priced at ₤7.50 each with a Family Ticket for 3 people, being just ₤15. Tickets can be bought online or by calling:- 0800 788 0526. These are outdoor performances and we encourage you all to pack blanket and a picnic and join us on these magical adventures.


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