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Star date: 8th November 2010 

THE CHEAPEST PANTO IN TOWN - `OH YES IT IS!'

Mother Goose
Salford Arts Theatre
16th-24th December 2010

This year's Salford Arts Theatre panto is Mother Goose, the story of golden eggs, wealth and happiness – `It's behind you!' as the ConDem coalition government might say…

With all this in mind, the Salford Arts Theatre are offering depression busting tickets for only a fiver, if booked and paid before 27th November. An offer and a panto you can't refuse!

For full details click here…


MOTHER GOOSE

For this year's Salford Arts Theatre panto we're promised a proper Salford dame, a top cast and a great show as Mother Goose comes to town.

Ma Goose lives with her son, Billy, and other folk in fairy tale land. One day she's given a magic goose which lays golden eggs - and stuff happens… `Oh no it doesn't!' … `Oh yes it does!' etc…

Salford Arts Theatre has its own golden eggs in the shape of the cheapest panto tickets in town – with a special offer of £5 for any ticket if you book and pay before 27th November. For a family of four that's a £6 saving.

Mother Goose
Salford Arts Theatre
16th-24th December 2010
Performances…
Thurs 16th December 7pm; Fri 17th Dec 7pm; Sat 18th Dec 2pm/7pm; Sun 19th Dec 2pm/7pm; 20th,21st,22nd Dec 7pm; Thurs 23rd Dec 2pm/7pm; Fri 24th Dec 2pm only.

£5 all tickets if book and pay on or before 27th November. After that date Adults £7 Kids/Cons £6  Group discounts available too. Family ticket (2 adults and 3 kids) £26

Booking Information:

Online: click here
By phone: 0161 925 0111
By e-mail:
info@salfordartstheatre.co.uk

Further details www.salfordartstheatre.co.uk

Salford Arts Theatre
Kemsing Walk, off Liverpool Street Salford M5 4BS


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