Savoy Theatre ‘The Importance of Being Earnest’ – Off Centre Theatre.

8 MARCH@19:30 - 22:00
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Savoy Theatre ‘The Importance of Being Earnest’ – Off Centre Theatre.

8 March @ 19:30 - 22:00

Friday 8th March @ 7.30pm

We have reserved 2 rows at the Savoy so whether you come alone or with a friend, we will all sit together.

Book your seat direct with the Savoy Theatre on 01600 772467 and ask for one of the ‘u3a seats on rows H and J number 5 – 15’. The cost is £15.

Book before 26th February to be sure of your place – seats will be released to the public after that date.

ALSO: Pre-theatre dinner is available at Creates, Church Street.

We have reserved a u3a table in Creates for 6.00pm, for those who’d like to join us.

Book your dinner direct with Creates on 01600 460492 to reserve your place and ask for a place on the ‘u3a table’.

Come alone or bring a friend – we will be seated as a group in pre-reserved places at the Savoy and in Creates.

P.S. you can join us just for the dinner, or just for the performance if you prefer.

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8 March
19:30 - 22:00
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Savoy Theatre
Church Street
Monmouth, Select a State or Province: NP25 3BU United Kingdom
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