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September 7, 2019

Salisbury looks to pantomime after nerve agent attack

Salisbury Playhouse is enjoying record ticket sales for its pantomime.

That’s despite a downturn in visitor numbers to the city since a nerve agent attack in March.

Demand has been so high for the Playhouse’s version of Beauty And The Beast, an extra week has been added to the run.

Source BBC News

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