The Pink Panther - A Shot in the Dark at The Arches Theatre (Bucks' premier open air Theatre!)
Friday, August 16th
Local comedy troupe - MKTOC at The Arches - bring hilarity in their production of The Pink Panther - A Shot in the Dark to The Arches Theatre - a unique open air theatre in Clifton Reynes near Olney, Buckinghamshire.
Evening performances available at 8pm with picnics from 6.30pm on 15th - 17th August.
Tickets are £15 per person (no booking fee) and available from www.thearchestheatre.co.uk.
If you want to experience great live theatre on a glorious summers evening, in a new and quirky open air theatre, then there is no better place to be than at The Arches.
Price: £15 (and NO booking fee)
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The Arches Theatre
Clifton Reynes, Olney, Buckinghamshire
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