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CALL OUT FOR QUILTERS - MR DARCY LOSES THE PLOT
Manchester theatre group seeking community quilters ahead of premiere Jane Austen performance at The Lowry.

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Manchester theatre group LipService are seeking community quilters to help make the set for their upcoming premiere performance of Mr Darcy Loses the Plot at The Lowry in September.
 
Co-Director of LipService Sue Ryding said “Community groups from across Greater Manchester have already helped to create beautiful squares for our stage backdrop but we need more. If you can quilt, have a good sense of humour and love Jane Austen we’d like to hear from you.”
 
LipService Theatre are "Britain's favourite literary lunatics" (The Independent) and have been creating original comedies from a distinctly female perspective since 1985. They have won many awards, most recently the Stage Door Foundation Award for Excellence.
 
Anyone who wants to get involved can find out more information on their Facebook page Mr Darcy Loses the Plot quilting forum
 
Mr Darcy Loses the Plot comes to The Lowry Wed 6 – Sat 9 September.
 
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Mr Darcy loses the Plot
Dates: Wed 6 – Sat 9 September
Times: 8pm. Sat 2.30pm
Tickets: £16.50 - £22.50
Access: Captioning/BSL interpretation 8 September. Audio description on 9 September (matinee).
Box Office: 0843 208 6000
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