Tuesday, 20 September 2011

Fwd: Events at Strathpeffer Pavilion

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From: Strathpeffer Pavilion Association <abyss@thebooth.co.uk>
Date: Mon, 19 Sep 2011 20:35:12 +0100
Subject: Events at Strathpeffer Pavilion
To: dafthermit@gmail.com


Hello to our Booth customers,

We have put one new event on-line with Booth Scotland since my last email:

Tuesday 8 November at 8 pm The Hunted - Visible Fictions' rather
scary-sounding variation on the Red Riding Hood story, not recommended
for very young children! (11+) Tickets are all £6

There are plenty of other events coming up before then, for most of
which tickets are already on-line at Booth Scotland:

Thursday 22 September at 8pm, Karin Leitner, Richard Morrison and
Alina Bzhezhinska are due to give a recital of chamber music with a
Scottish flavour – you can download the full programme from the
Pavilion website and tickets are £12 / £10 / £6.

Friday 23 September at 8pm, top tribute band The Doors Alive relive
the music and the magic of the great band The Doors. Tickets £12 / £11
/ £6

Sunday 25 September from 11am to 4pm is the Pavilion's Autumn Wedding
Fair, which has a full complement of stalls and entry is free.

Thursday 29 September at 8pm, you have a unique opportunity to spend
an engaging evening in the company of Jonathan Miller. Tickets £16 /
£15 / £6

Wednesday 12 and Thursday 13 October at 8pm, a highly-acclaimed Johnny
Cash tribute by Roger Dean and the Lazyboys. Tickets £17 / £15 / £6

Thursday 20 October at 8pm, David Hayman in a new play Six and a
Tanner. Tickets £12 / £10 / £6

Friday 28 October at 8pm, Janis Ian the legendary American singer/
songwriter performs at the Pavilion right at the start of an
eagerly-awaited UK tour. Tickets £24

More information about all our events, including those that are not on
Booth Scotland for whatever reason, can be found on the What's On page
of the Pavilion website.

If you don't require further information but simply wish to buy
tickets for a particular event, you can use one of the Booth links
below my signature.

We hope to see you at Strathpeffer Pavilion soon.

Regards, Margaret Macdonald

Click on the links below for more events information:
Book for An Audience with Jonathan Miller, Sep 29 2011 8:00PM,
Strathpeffer Pavilion
Book for Janis Ian, Oct 28 2011 8:00PM, Strathpeffer Pavilion
Book for Scottish Chamber Music: Karin Leitner, Sep 22 2011 8:00PM,
Strathpeffer Pavilion
Book for Six and a Tanner, Oct 20 2011 8:00PM, Strathpeffer Pavilion
Book for The Doors Alive, Sep 23 2011 8:00PM, Strathpeffer Pavilion
Book for The Johnny Cash Story, Oct 12 2011 8:00PM, Strathpeffer Pavilion
Book for The Johnny Cash Story, Oct 13 2011 8:00PM, Strathpeffer Pavilion

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