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THEFT – In Delph ……

!cid_image001_jpg@01D0EE50Saddleworth Players kick off their new season at the Millgate Arts Centre in Delph with Theft, by Eric Chappell.

A couple return home to find they have been burgled but the burglar is still there, and convinces them that he is a policeman investigating the break-in.

Once his true identity is known the burglar reveals all kinds of uncomfortable truths about the couple and their friends. A tongue-in-cheek, witty comedy-thriller with twists and turns to keep you guessing the outcome!

The show features a number of Millgate regulars and is directed by Rod Fitton.

Full details of the new season are available on the website at

Bookings can made online or visiting Delph Library Tuesday 2pm – 5pm, Wednesday & Thursday 2pm – 7pm and Friday & Saturday 9:30am – 1pm.  Telephone bookings can also be taken during the above periods by calling 01457 874644.

One Comment

  • John Brooks says:

    These pclosures are a continuation of a process that has gone on for decades. Magistrates Courts are supposed to be deliverers of local justice. Local JPs understand the issues in their area. Although initially many of the current Oldham JPs will remain in post, as they retire or leave new recruitment will inevitably centre on the location of the court building. Oldham will effectively cease to have a say in justice in Oldham.

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