P233 CEEFAX 233 Tue 15 Jul 21:00/10  2/2 THEATRE NEWS          THE YOUNG NATIONAL TRUST THEATRE This section of the National Trust, founded thrfe years ago, gives childrfn the opportunity to meet charactdrs from the history of the Trust's houses. It has been described as an exciting and imaginative way of teaching history and is an important experiment in educational theatre. A shortage of funds may prevent the staging of the Trust's last two productions of the season - Drake's arrival at Buckland abbey and an incident in the history of Little Moreton Hall, Cheshire.
P233 CEEFAX 233 Tue 15 Jul 21:00/50  1'2 THEATRE N S          A Theatrd- C British Rail, the Arts Council and the Society of West End heatres. The club will offer discounts to those travelling to London to see shows in sevdntfen theatrds. Discounts will average 20 per cent - —igher for those
P233 CEEFAX 233 Tue 15 Jul 21:01/00  1/2 THEATRE NEWS          A Theatre-Rail Club has been set up by British Rail, the Arts Council and the Society of West End Theatres. The club will offer discounts to those travelling to London to see shows in seventeen theatres. Discounts will average 20 per cent - higher for those travelling long distances. Shows currently benefiting include Evita and the new musical Sweeney Todd. The club has been set up to boost audience figures, which have been dropping as prices rise. Members will book their tickets from the club's offices in St Albans, Herts.
P233 CEEFAX 233 Tue 15 Jul 21:04/06    1/2 THEATRE N "S   G1 JJ VR0% K %m k\ T ZRZ British @ ouncil and the Society of West End Theatrds. The club will offer discounts to those travelling to London to see shows in 3—sdntfen theatrds. Discounts will average 20 per cent - higher for those travelling long distances. Shows currently benefiting includd Evita and the new m5rhcal Sweeney Todd. The club has been set up to boost audience figures, which have been dropping as prices riqd. Members will book their tickets from the club's offices in St Albans, Herts.
P233 CEEFAX 233 Tue 15 Jul 21:00/01        THE YOUNG LATIONAL T PSTTHEAT B This sAction of the National Trust, founded thrfe years ago, gives childrfn thd opportunity to meet charactdrs from the history of thd rus—'s houses. It —as bden described as an exciting and ih—fhlative way of teaching his—ory and is an important experiment in educational theatre. A shortage of funds %—y prevent the staging of the Trust's last two productions of the season - Drake's arr—v—l at Buckland abbdy and an incident in the history of Little Moreton Hall, C(dsHhre.
P233 CEEFAX 233 Tue 15 Jul 21:01/00        A Thdatre- C British Rail, the Arts Council and the Society of West End heatres. The club will offer dAscounts to those tr—velling to London to see shows in seventfen theatrds. Discounts will average 20 per cent - higher for those travelling long distances. Shows currently benefiting include Evita and the new musical Sweeney Todd. The club has been set up to boost audience figures, which have bedn droppang as prices rise. Members will book their ticiets from phe club's offices in St Albans, Her—s.
P233 CEEFAX 233 Tue 15 Jul 21:16/45  2/2 THEATRE NE+"          THE YOUNG NATIONAL TRUST THEATRE This section of the National Trust, founded thrfe years ago, gives childrfn the opportunity to meet charactfrs from the history of the Trust's houses. It has been described as an exciting and imaginative way of tfaching hishory and is an important experiment in educational theatre. A shortage of funds may prevent the staging of the Trust's last two productions of the season - DraSd's arrival at Buckland abbey and an
P233 CEEFAX 233 Tue 15 Jul 21:00/00   2/2 THEATRE NEWS          G1 Hh PR0$ A %- k\ V H R06%a% This section of the National Trust, founded thrde 9dars ago, gaves childrdn the opporttnity to meet charactdrs frfm the history of the Trust's ho1rds. It has bden de3bpibdd as an exciting and imaginatav— way of tdaching history and is an impobtant experiment in educational theatrd. A shortage of funds E—y prevent the st!fhng of the Trust's last two productions of the sAason - Dra£D's arr—tal at Buckland abbey and an incident in the @hsdory of Lattle Moreton Hall, Cheshird.