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Flying Banana charity rail tour raises £30k for charity


SUMMER SEASON OF OUTDOOR THEATRE AT ABERGAVENNY CASTLE


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fabulous setting of Abergavenny Castle Grounds. Wednesday 14th August at 7pm is the fun and funny Pantaloons with Jane Austen’s Sense & Sensibility. Catch this fast-paced and faithful adaptation of this much- loved Austen classic. Elinor Dashwood has a lot of good Sense. Her sister Marianne Dashwood has an excess of Sensibility. Together they make a snappy title for Jane Austen’s novel of scandals, scoundrels and severely sprained ankles.


Private Lives is on Tuesday 20th August at 7pm. From Regency style to 1930s glamour with an evening of sparkling entertainment, nostalgic music, gorgeous costumes and the delicious witty one liners of Noel Coward. Heartbreak Productions transport the audience to a fashionable hotel in Deauville where two honeymooning couples find that one of life’s coincidence tricks has extraordinary consequences! For family audiences, but adults will find them as much fun as the kids. Te incredible Illyria bring a fantastic production of the Ali Baba and the Forty Tieves on Tursday 22nd August at 5pm. With brilliant actors, a spectacular set and hilarious slapstick, Illyria bring first rate entertainment.


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excellent show for everyone! And on Friday 30th August 5pm -


another of David Walliams’ best-


selling books for kids Gangsta Granny is brought to the outdoor stage by Heartbreak productions. Tickets are £14 adult / £8 child / £40 Family (2+2). Book now at Abergavenny Museum. Call 01873 854282 (11-4 daily except Wednesday). Ali Baba and the Forty Tieves can be booked online anytime, at www.illyria. co.uk


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A charity railtour on 1 June 2019, called Te Flying Banana, has raised £30,000 for FirstGroup’s charity partner, Action for Children. Te HST farewell railtour attracted hundreds of High Speed Train enthusiasts as it travelled around the GWR network. Operated by the very first and very last production locomotives made, 43002 and 43198, the train travelled nearly 900 miles calling at Bristol, Carmarthen, Cardiff, Gloucester, Swindon, Reading, Paddington and Plymouth. GWR Deputy Managing Director Matthew Golton said: “Te High Speed Train has been a favourite of rail enthusiasts for many years and this


charity railtour was a great way for them to have a final trip, raising thousands in the process.” Ermelinda Ceci of Action for Children said: “We are incredibly grateful to GWR colleagues and customers for their fantastic support of Action for Children through the charity railtour last month. All of the funds raised through this activity will ensure we can continue to provide essential mental health support to children and families who desperately need our help. Te cheque was presented at the opening of a unique exhibition of nameplates at STEAM – Museum of the Great Western Railway on 17 July 2019.


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