Edenhurst’s annual pilgrimage to the New Vic Theatre in Basford is always eagerly anticipated. It’s another part of the ‘secret Edenhurst’ that is there in the background - the children see a theatre production, rather than a pantomime, at Christmas; it is a long-established tradition.
This year’s performance was Mark Twain’s The Prince And The Pauper; the story of two dissimilar boys who are similar in appearance - Tom Canty, youngest son of a poor family living in London, and Edward Tudor, the Prince of Wales. They meet by accident and decide to switch places ‘temporarily’.
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