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Friday 1st November at 7.30pm

Suitable for ALL the family from about 5+
This is the story of two seasoned performers as they reflect on a life on the road. In a show that plays fast and loose with fact and fiction, magic and science, things are never quite what they seem. It brings together sculptors, taxidermists and magicians in a comedy-theatrical-spectacular full of bizarre twists and turns...on a magic carpet ride to a topsy turvy land.......
Specially commissioned for Rural Touring from two internationally renowned street theatre companies.
For more details go to the avantidisplay website. There is also the Artizani website

Tickets £8.00 for adults and £5.00 for children from the Post Office and 01829 741962

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