About Town: More dates announced for ‘Elsie and Norm’s Macbeth’

On opening night at A Touch of Vintage on Badstuestræde, the gathered audience were treated to an energetic performance from Jens Blegaa (left) and Vanessa Poole (right). Pictured centre is the play’s director Jeremy Thomas-Poulsen

 

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PR manager Katherine Lewin (left) was the grateful recipient of Bunny McRabbit, a gift from the venue that has become the group’s mascot

 

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Down the Rabbit Hole theatre group’s production of ‘Elsie and Norm’s Macbeth’ has been so successful they have added extra dates over the rest of their run, which means there will be performances Wednesday-Friday at 20:00 and on Saturday at 17:00 until the end of May





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