Winchcombe's history brought to life in new production

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THE rich history of Winchcombe is being brought to life in a new Spring production.

A dramatic presentation Steps Through Time, will use music, lighting, images and sound effects with a cast people of all ages in community to tell the story of the town in three perforamnces from Friday, March 7 to Sunday, March 9.

The production will be staged ?in the round″ in St Peter’s Church, rearranged specially for the occasion and will include an array of colourful local characters telling Winchcombe’s fascinating story.

Characters will include Ralph Boteler, who helped to rebuild St Peter’s Church and Emma Dent of Sudeley, who gave generously to the town.

Performances start at 7.30pmare are held in St Peter’s Church, Winchcombe.

Tickets are £10 for adults and £4 for children and go on sale on Friday (24) in This Fair Isle, Hailes Street, and Cotswold Eye Care Centre, in High Street. To book online visit

A backstage tour is also taking place on Saturday, March 8 at noon and repeated at 1pm in conjunction with the performances. To register call Rob Davies on 01242 602657.

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