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Making Light at Olivier Theatre in Petersfield

PUBLISHED: 15:15 17 June 2014

Hugh Dennis

Hugh Dennis

Archant

Making Light, Saturday July 12th 7pm . In aid of Hostage UK and Save the Children Syria

An evening of light and dark… A stellar cast will entertain and transport you for 90 minutes in the beautiful surroundings of the Olivier Theatre, Bedales School, with a poignant and especially written short drama by Conor McPherson starring Dervla Kirwan and Rupert Penry-Jones, wry laughter with quiz masters extraordinaire Clive Anderson and Hugh Dennis, and Alex Thomson, Chief Correspondent of Channel 4 News interviewing the Emergencies Director of Save the Children. Music by the multi-talented musician and actor Johnny Flynn. This will be followed by a delicious sit-down meal in a marquee and a short auction of some fantastic prizes (a silent auction will have happened discreetly before the performances). See website for details of prizes.

This promises to be a really lovely, moving and funny evening - and compare the cost of all those performances AND dinner with a similar evening in London. You just couldn’t do it for less so come and support two wonderful charities and have fun at the same time.

Tickets £85 per person - to include a complimentary glass of fizz, performances and dinner - available from One Tree Books, Petersfield.

Tel: 01730 261199

Email: news@onetreebooks.com

Olivier Theatre, Bedales School, Steep, Petersfield, GU32 2GD

makinglight.org.uk

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