Tarvin High Street
By Tarvin Community Centre - 30th October 2013 6:30am
It was a dark and stormy night and the rain came down in torrents! — as my old Dad used to say!
Well, it was certainly a stormy night last Friday but, undeterred, nearly 70 people braved the weather to see the Family Film at the Community Centre. The Film was Planes another beautifully animated story from the Disney/Pixar stable. Full of humour and sound, it told a story about trying hard and overcoming odds to succeed.
The Film Nights continue to be popular and the next film will be TURBO on Friday 22nd of November at the usual time of 6.00pm. I believe it is the story of a snail who wishes to go faster and no doubt he will try hard and overcome all the odds to succeed!
Building up an audience is vital to maintain momentum and while that seems to have been done for the films, it is only just starting for the children's theatre productions. However the Committee is determined to carry on bringing quality shows to the centre and will be looking at the new 2014 menu from Cheshire Rural Touring Arts in the next few days.
Tickets for 6 Impossible Things on Friday Nov 1st are still available. With a start time of 7.30 this may not be suitable for the very youngest family members, but I hope that some of the slightly older children will persuade their parents to let them stay up to enjoy what should be a visual and comical treat. The show should also cheer up grown ups at the end of a working week. Tickets are £8 and £5 and are available at the Post Office and on the door.
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