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Monday, September 26, 2016
Play: The Girl Next Door
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Tenten Theatre theatre company present  The Girl Next Door, by Marc Norris and Martin O'Brien, at Westminster Cathedral Hall, in Ambrosden Avenue, Westminster,  this Wednesday, 10 June, at 7.30pm.

Following the separation of her parents, Esther must make a new start. Moving to a new town, a new home and a new school, she struggles to fit in and looks for comfort in her diary and the loving support of her Grandad.

John lives next door. He has two ambitions: to be a Premiership footballer and to go out with Stephanie, 'the fittest girl in the school'. But with fierce competition from his peers and pressure from his Dad, will John's dreams ever be realised?

The Girl Next Door is a moving story about friendship, relationships, new beginnings, bullying, aspiration, marriage, the impact of divorce and faith.

Tententheatre is a national professional theatre company with an underlying Catholic ethos.

Archbishop Vincent Nichols said:  "Effective, educative and extremely well done... Ten Ten Theatre promotes values which support Catholic education and I highly commend their work."

Tickets are £5, (£3 for under 18's)

To book call: 0845 388 316 or e-mail: : tickets@tententheatre.co.uk
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