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Join us for “A Child’s Christmas In Wales”

December 15, 2009

Child's Christmas in Wales

Story Slam is proud to present “A Child’s Christmas in Wales,” a family-friendly holiday tale by Dylan Thomas.

In poetic language, filled with funny, eccentric characters, Thomas paints a warm and nostalgic picture of a young boy’s coming of age in a simple Welsh village.

Using beautiful Celtic music coordinated by Albert Dulin, this classic tale features Caroline Bower, Rob Simmons and Randell Haynes. Musicians include Dulin on Irish bouzouki and fiddle; Mary Fluke on concertina and voice; and Jason Dulin on guitar and bodhran.


Saturday, Dec. 19, 7 p.m. (doors open at 6 p.m.) Sunday, Dec. 20, 2 p.m. (doors open at 1 p.m.)


Advance on CarolinaTix: $8 adults; $5 for 18 and under. Door: $12 adults; $8 for 18 and under.

Special dinner offer from Cafe Central

Cafe Central, a cozy restaurant & bar just two doors down from Story Slam, has two very exciting dinner options for those attending the Saturday night (Dec. 19) performance of “A Child’s Christmas in Wales.”

Stop by the theater before heading to Cafe Central to collect the “snowflake” token for the dinner special.

Cafe Central will offer a dinner special inspired by traditional Welsh cooking: Queen Victoria’s Windsor Soup ($4.95) and Gilded Saffron & Butter Basted Roasted Cornish Hen with Herb Garland, served with Welsh Cheese & Bacon Muffins ($14.95).

If you prefer more of an American fare, savory options abound on the menu. Present the “snowflake” token prior to ordering for a 15% discount (excluding beer, wine, liquor, and taxes). Plan to arrive at Cafe Central by 6 p.m. at the latest to allow plenty of time to enjoy dinner and make the 7 p.m. show. Cafe Central will be open after the show.

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