The Mystery of the Golden Eggs. Part II

The UMT Golden Egg mystery has finally been solved. After minutes of speculation and blogs being red hot with rumour and innuendo the Golden Eggs have been discovered. It was originally thought that a wily fox had cleared off with them during a daring reconnoitre of Pennybridge hut. Others believed it could have been the returning soul of a former UMT member desperate for one last performance. Alas, it was not to be.

The Case of the Mysterious Disappearing Golden Eggs

The cheeky little blighters, clearly suffering from a form of stage fright, disguised themselves as some plastic fruit and hid in a box of mixed fruit and flowers. Not only that but they had contrived to get themselves placed in the Pennybridge Committee room rather than being in the props room where they should be. So perhaps there was a ghostly going on.

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Thankfully, we can now return to our day jobs, or at least those of us who have day jobs! The eggs are secure and now under armed guard 24 hours a day so they cannot be misplaced again. Why don’t you come to the panto next week and see them perform? Just call 0161 408 1288 or check the website at http://www.umt.org.uk.

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~ by UMT Stage on February 9, 2011.

2 Responses to “The Mystery of the Golden Eggs. Part II”

  1. Hooray!!! The eggs have been found.
    I can’t wait to come on down to the Poolside Theatre next week.
    I booked my seats weeks ago as not to miss out on this performance. We had a great time last year, a really family time. A great price for an evenings entertainment. It was complete with flashing light sticks and an ice cream. Our children went home well satisfied and so did we, as it did not cost us a small fortune to take them out to the theatre, unlike going into the Manchester Theatre’s where you need a small mortgage.

    Well done Urmston Musical Theatre for continually bringing great musical shows to this community.

  2. Spooky Pennybridge. I favour the ghost option

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