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'Saggy Tours Bus'
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'P-p-pick at a penguin!'
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showing for three nights on Thursday 8th, Friday 9th and Saturday 10th March 2018 at 7.00pm


'Mercy Buckets in Noah's Park' follows on from last years popular panto ‘All aboard the Ark’, once again Tom Langlands has put pen to paper in writing this original script.

Questions you may have...

What time do I need to be there for?

We want to start the show at 7.00pm, so please leave enough time to take your seat, we are hoping to have a full house so there will be 180 other people looking to do the same!


Can you accommodate wheelchair users?

We have a deployable ramp to allow wheelchair access to the Church. And an area to accommodate wheelchair users with any companions. It would help us if we could have advanced notice of any access required.

Do I have an allocated seat?

There are no reserved seats, we still have pews and would ask you to shuffle along to help seat everyone quickly. We would however ask that if there are wheelchair users the end of the pew next to this space is given priority to any companion.


How long does the show last?

The show is split into two Acts, with an interval, we're still timing rehearsals but it should roughly be around 1 hour each Act.

What do I need to bring?

Apart from your ticket not much... please see some suggetions below. The price of the ticket includes a complimentary programme and interval refreshments.


What facilities are available at the Church?

We have male, female and a wheelchair accessible toilet in our hall next door to the Church, which can be accessed through the paved Church car park. Stewards will be available to direct you.

Other things you need to know...

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Please bring a pocket torch with you, we want to make the experience interactive and so there will be the opportunity to join in with some of the singing. Words will be provided in the complimentary programme, but it might be a bit dark to read with the house lights dimmed, hence the torch...

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We know that pews are not the most comfortable of seats! So you are more than welcome to bring a cushion with you to sit on...

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It would be great if as many people as possible could dress up as an animal or a tourist visiting Noah's Park, whether its facepaint, animal 'head boppers' or a onesie!

It would help us in creating a great fun atmosphere. Don't worry, if you would rather not get dressed up, that's okay as well...


We look forward to welcoming and entertaining you.

Where to find us...

St. Andrew's Parish Church of Scotland, Bank Street, Annan  DG12 6AA


Nearest parking...

Just round the corner from the Church along Downies Wynd is Murray Street car park.

If you have any other questions, please contact us using the e-form below: