Published: 07/09/2012 12:21 - Updated: 07/09/2012 12:23

Extra Lyth performance being staged to cope with demand

Willie Wilson has established Lyth Arts Centre as a major cultural hub.
Lyth Arts Centre

AN extra performance of the Horse and Bamboo Theatre Company’s Angus Weaver of Grass at Lyth Arts Centre has been laid on due to high ticket demand.

There will now be two performances of the production on Monday – one at 3pm and one at 8pm. The 60-seater theatre had over 78 people looking for tickets, with more believed to have not tried booking due to the news it was sold out.

Organisers are now inviting people who wished to come along to try for tickets again to see if they can make it two sold-out shows in one day.

The play is based on the true story of a Second World War veteran who returned from the front as an elective mute and spent the remainder of his days creating intricate grass weavings.

New ticket priority will be given to those who have already applied and paid for tickets.

Anyone has booked the 8pm show and wishes to switch to the matinee should contact the venue.

For more information and contact details see: www.lytharts.org.uk

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