Ormskirk’s very own TV Pop Idol (well runner-up) Darren Dawes, is about to officially open a charity shop. Hard Graft present classic Northern humour, I Love Ormskirk in the Rose Theatre.
Tickets: £10 / £8 concessions / £5 Edge Hill students
Meet an ordinary Ormskirk couple Burt and Joyce who volunteer in an ordinary charity shop on Moor
Street, and are about to have one of the most extraâ€‘ordinary days of their lives… Forget Jonathon Pryce, Jon Culshaw, Stuart Maconie (they went to Uni there) Ormskirk’s latest sensation and
runner up from TV’s pop idol, Darren Dawes is about to officially open the
charity shop, but the discovery of a gun, a ski mask and a stack of fifty pound
notes throws a spanner in the works.
humour” Sheffield Star
For details of what’s on this season, visit The Arts Centre website.
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