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Star date: 19th December 2010 

OH YES IT IS!!!

Mother Goose
Salford Arts Theatre
until 24th December 2010
£7/£6

Has that Dame had a shave lately? This year's Salford Arts Theatre panto, Mother Goose, sees a proper Salford dame in the lead role. Burly and hairy, with a heart of golden eggs, we're sure she'll totally thrill all the family.

Mother goose runs until December 24th and there's still some tickets left for the cheeriest and cheapest panto in town.

For further 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 - £7 adults and £6 kids, plus Family Ticket (2 adults and 3 kids) at only £26.


Mother Goose
Salford Arts Theatre
until 24th December 2010

Performances…
December 20th,21st,22nd Dec 7pm; Thurs 23rd Dec 2pm/7pm; Fri 24th Dec 2pm only.

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


 

wellfed wrote
at 04:53:41 on 22 December 2010
Can highly recommend Mother Goose. Saw the matinee on Sunday and all in all an excellent production for kids and grown-ups alike.
 
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