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Oliver Twist production in Margate will integrate sign language

16:41 04 February 2016

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The show will be at the Theatre Royal Margate.

A production of Oliver Twist will be integrating British Sign Language so that deaf and hard of hearing people can enjoy the performance.

Based on the well-known novel by Charles Dickens, The Remarkable Tale of Oliver Twist will be performed at the Theatre Royal Margate on February 25.

The performance will be starting at 6.30pm.

Tickets are £10 or £8 with concessions.

To book visit www.theatreroyalmargate.com.

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