Barton Players bring Old Time Music Hall show to village hall this weekend

Barrell of Fun: The Barton Players rolling out the barrell this weekend with their traditional Olde

Barrell of Fun: The Barton Players rolling out the barrell this weekend with their traditional Olde Tyme Music Hall. Amanda Kingsnorth and the Men's Company - Credit: Archant

Tickets are selling fast for tomorrow’s performances of an old-time musical by the Barton Players – but there are still a few seats left.

Barrell of Fun: The Barton Players rolling out the barrell this weekend with their traditional Olde

Barrell of Fun: The Barton Players rolling out the barrell this weekend with their traditional Olde Tyme Music Hall. Michael Phillips - Credit: Archant

The Old Time Music Hall show is at Great Barton Village Hall for a matinee performance at 2.30pm and then an evening show at 7.30pm.

However, tickets for the evening are nearly all gone but there are more left for the afternoon.

“It’s an old-time musical,” said Barton Players’ chairman Lorna Podbury. “We’ve got songs from the 40s, solos and group numbers. There’s something for everybody.”

There will be song sheets on the chairs for the audience to sing along.

The Barton Players rolling out the barrell this weekend with their traditional Olde Tyme Music Hall

The Barton Players rolling out the barrell this weekend with their traditional Olde Tyme Music Hall - Credit: Archant


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“The cast have found it really good, we’ve got a mixture of old and young,” she added.

Tickets cost £7.50 for adults and £3.50 for children.

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For tickets and more information call Lorna on 01284 705153 or Betty Blades on 01359 231413.

The Barton Players

The Barton Players - Credit: Archant

The Barton Players rolling out the barrell this weekend with their traditional Olde Tyme Music Hall.

The Barton Players rolling out the barrell this weekend with their traditional Olde Tyme Music Hall. Alaska Tutthill, Derek Bourke and Amy Mitchell - Credit: Archant

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