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Showing of The Carpenters Story at Ipswich Regent on Saturday, June 2 CANCELLED

PUBLISHED: 21:44 01 June 2018

A showing of The Carpenters Story at the Ipswich Regent has been cancelled Picture: MARTY MOFFAT

A showing of The Carpenters Story at the Ipswich Regent has been cancelled Picture: MARTY MOFFAT

Marty Moffatt

Cast illness has forced the last-minute cancellation of a show at an Ipswich theatre.

The Carpenters Story will no longer be shown at the Regent tomorrow night (Saturday, June 2).

The performance has been rearranged for Thursday, July 12.

Customers do not have to do anything if they can attend the new date as their original tickets will be valid.

However, any ticket-holders who are unable to go on Thursday, July 12 can get a full refund by phoning the box office on: 01473 433100.

A spokesman for the Regent said theatre staff had been contacting customers today.

He added: “This is very unfortunate but beyond anyone’s control. However, we have agreed a new date with the promoter and hope customers can make it along on Thursday, July 12.”

The show is a tribute to The Carpenters, an American pop duo from the 1970s.

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