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    E: 06/06 Win 2 tickets to "Stepping Out" at Scarborough’s Stephen Joseph Theatre
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    • 17th May 19, 1:32 PM
    E: 06/06 Win 2 tickets to "Stepping Out" at Scarborough’s Stephen Joseph Theatre 17th May 19 at 1:32 PM
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    Richard Harris’s much-loved comedy Stepping Out will have audiences dancing on air this summer at Scarborough’s Stephen Joseph Theatre. The feel-good comedy, with live music and tap dancing, will have what is believed to be its first ever in-the-round production, brought to the stage by the same team that created last summer’s sell-out, The 39 Steps. With a cast of 10, Stepping Out is about a group of strangers who come together every week for a tap class in the local church hall, gradually forming friendships and revealing secrets.

    We’re giving away two pairs of tickets for two lucky Living North readers to see Stepping Out at the Stephen Joseph Theatre, Scarborough, on a date of your choice.



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