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8th April 2004
Chester Gateway Look Ahead
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"Dancing Queen..." - Everybody!

From sing-alongs to madcap explorers – they’re doing their best to tempt everyone in at the Chester Gateway Theatre over the coming months.

Box Office: 01244 340392

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There’s no doubt the appearance of the massively-successful, SING-A-LONG-A ABBA will be among the headline grabbers. Let's call it a “tribute” in celebration of the Swedish super group’s dominance of the seventies pop scene.

It’s guaranteed to be a night for anyone who loves to don a spot of lycra and a blonde wig - or maybe an over-the-top beard! Cheshire’s finest Dancing Queens will join in with everything from “Waterloo” to “Voulez Vous”.

Sir Ranulph Fiennes.
Sir Ranulph Fiennes.

If it’s entertainment of a different sort you’re after, there is also an evening with SIR RANULPH FIENNES. The sixty year old explorer is doing a bit of a one-man-show on taking on nature’s biggest challenges. With a CV that includes Eton, service in the SAS, expeditions to the North and South Poles and a bravery medal from the Sultan of Oman, he’s got plenty to talk about.

If you want something to intrigue and entertain the little ones, what about THE WEATHER KITCHEN? It’s aimed at anyone aged seven or under – but any plot centering on a geezer called the Weather Cook must be worth a look for big kids of all ages.

You’ve also got two banker classics. There’s the ever-popular CHARLOTTE’S WEB - the tale of Wilbur the pig and his farmyard friends – splendid.

Or THE OWL AND THE PUSSYCAT, an adaptation of Edward Lear’s classic piece of nonsense verse. Great fun! It’s been put together by the makers of two successful previous hits at the Gateway, THE GRUFFALO and SOMETHING ELSE.


For more information contact Chester Gateway, Hamilton Place, Chester CH1 2BH - Box Office 01244 340392

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