The Gang's all here for 61st Harpenden and Wheathampstead show
TICKETS are now on sale for what is set to be yet another sell-out gang show in Harpenden in January. The 61st Harpenden and Wheathampstead Gang Show will consist of the regular mix of sketches and music performed by a cast of 152 talented and enthusiasti
TICKETS are now on sale for what is set to be yet another sell-out gang show in Harpenden in January.
The 61st Harpenden and Wheathampstead Gang Show will consist of the regular mix of sketches and music performed by a cast of 152 talented and enthusiastic young people ranging in age from six to18 from the area
For the first time this year tickets can be purchased on line through a new system. Said Ewan Murray, who has produced the show for over 30 years: "We are really excited about this new development. It will not only make the sale of tickets easier for everyone, it will also give the show an even more professional feel."
A selection of what will be on offer at the gang show can be seen at 3.45pm on Sunday, November 22, at the Harpenden Christmas Carnival.
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The show will run from January 5 to 9 at Harpenden Public Halls. There will be a gala performance on Tuesday evening and a matinee on Saturday afternoon.
Tickets can be purchased from www.hwgangshow.co.uk or call the box office on 01582 462609.
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