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Newbury Youth Theatre set to take Fringe by storm

New show previewed at Corn Exchange Saturday

Trish Lee

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Trish Lee

Newbury Youth Theatre set to take Fringe by storm

Newbury Youth Theatre are off to the Edinburgh Fringe with their new show Fairies and Dragons of the Desolate Plain, written by their co-director Tony Trigwell-Jones and produced by artistic director Robin Strapp. They play Venue 40 - the Quaker Meeting House - from Monday, August 8 to Saturday, August 13. 

They previewed the show at the Corn Exchange on Saturday night, to great acclaim. Read Lin Wilkinson's review in this week's N2 Arts and Entertainment inside the NWN.

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