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“Words Don't Come Easy ...” 5 of 5 stars
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The Muni
Albert Road, Colne BB8 0AE, England
+44 1282 661234
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Ranked #4 of 7 Attractions in Colne
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Manchester, United Kingdom
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“Words Don't Come Easy ...”
5 of 5 stars Reviewed March 23, 2013

... that was the title of comedian Dave Spikey's comedy show which I saw on my first visit to the MUNI in Colne.
The show was hilarious and very cleverly presented .
The venue was a real surprise ... what a little gem in East Lancashire!
This Edwardian theatre is a great resource for the people of Colne and surrounding areas , being really well maintained and still sporting its attractive Edwardian decor. We even managed to get a drink pretty quickly during the interval. There was also free parking - always a bonus these days.
I'll definitely follow the MUNI from now on and look forward to visiting again.

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“Great local theatre”
5 of 5 stars Reviewed March 13, 2013

We went to see Devilish Practices here which gave an interesting interpretation of the Pendle Witches and the events leading up to their imprisonment, trial and ultimately death 400 years ago. All the cast and crew were superb, and the theatre worked hard to make this a good night out-it even has a bar serving a proper pint of bitter. We travelled 50 miles to go to this show, so if you live nearby then you are very lucky and should check out what's on and support it. It's also worth walking a few yards to see the fine war memorial and also a monument to Wallace Hartley, the bandmaster and violinist who played to the very end whilst the Titanic sank. Colne is rightly proud of this local man who became a national hero. If you have even more time to spare then have a wander into this traditional Lancashire town.

Visited May 2012
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