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In this week’s Forfar Dispatch and Kirriemuir Herald...

Members of Kirriemuir Amateur Operatic Society (KAOS) are busy rehearsing for their forthcoming production of Anything Goes .
Our picture shows the younger members of the cast getting ready for the show which runs from Tuesday, March 25 to Saturday, March 29 in the Town Hall at 7.30 p.m. The story takes place on board the SS America during an Atlantic crossing in the 1920s. Tickets are now on sale at AB McIntosh, High Street.

Members of Kirriemuir Amateur Operatic Society (KAOS) are busy rehearsing for their forthcoming production of Anything Goes . Our picture shows the younger members of the cast getting ready for the show which runs from Tuesday, March 25 to Saturday, March 29 in the Town Hall at 7.30 p.m. The story takes place on board the SS America during an Atlantic crossing in the 1920s. Tickets are now on sale at AB McIntosh, High Street.

A new smartphone and tablet app has been launched this week to help the public to take a sensible approach to drinking.

Angus Council has said that the presence of bats in the current Forfar Academy building will not cause delays to the development of the site for the new Forfar Community Campus; staff at Kirriemuir’s Gateway to the Glens Museum are appealing for local people to help them with their programme of commemoration for the the centenary of the First World War and it’s full steam ahead as Kirriemuir Amateur Operatic Society prepares to stage the popular musical ‘Anything Goes’.

In addition, we have a round-up of the happenings at sports clubs throughout the area and the latest action from Forfar Athletic and the latest film, DVD releases and local entertainment in ‘The Guide’.

 
 
 

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