Beauty and the Beast
Chyps Pantomime Society will be performing Beauty and the Beast 2nd – 6th January 2018 with matinée performances on the 3rd and the 6th January.
This is a classic family entertainment not to be missed. Tickets will be on sale from mid-October onwards via their TicketSource account.Share this page -
Burns Night Supper and Ceilidh
The 2018 Burns Night Supper and Ceilidh
will be held on Friday 26th January 2018 at Woodford War Memorial Community Centre, Chester Road, Woodford, Stockport, SK7 1PS
This Burns Night Supper will be a huge fun evening, you don’t have to be able to do one single step of Scottish dancing, nobody cares if you get it all completely wrong because the caller of our band will keep you right. We’re there to have fun. We promise you……you will enjoy yourself as well as work off some of those extra Xmas pounds! A piper will pipe in and address the haggis, yes, yes, we can already hear the groans from some quarters but there are those of us who love the skirl of the pipes! We have a fun Scottish themed quiz, a great raffle and a brilliant ceilidh courtesy of Union Street Band – come and join us!
This is a joint fund-raising event between Woodford Community Centre and Woodford Players.
Tickets are available by completing this booking form and sending a cheque directly to the Community Centre or via our online box office by clicking on the image below. Tickets purchased online are subject to a booking fee. Full details of the booking fee payable are made clear to you before you purchase so there are no surprises when it comes to paying. All major credit cards and PayPal are accepted. Online tickets will be available from November 6th onwards
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