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Outdoor Theatre - The Ballads of Billy the Kid

Type:Museum Event

Gawthorpe Hall, Padiham, Burnley, Lancashire, BB12 8UA

Tel: 01282771004

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Outdoor Theatre - The Ballads of Billy the Kid

Join Off the Ground Theatre this summer for another darn-tootin' outside theatrical adventure, as they recount the life and times of one of the Wild West's most notorious outlaws, with The Ballads of Billy the Kid.

Billy the Kid might be one of the most famous gunslingers to have ever lived, but how much of what he did was true? How can we know for sure? Join Billy on the adventures of his lifetime, as he scales mountains, robs trains, duels bad guys, races against famous cowboys and ultimately confront the law!

Fun times, enormous hats and hilarious accents are guaranteed with this summer show.

Please bring your own chairs or rugs to sit on. Refreshments are available from the vintage coffee van. Picnics highly encouraged!

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Ticket Prices - Adults £12, Concessions £10, Under 21s £5 Book your tickets online at https://www.offtheground.co.uk/events/the-ballads-of-billy-the-kid-gawthorpe-hall



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