Tarvin Community Centre
St Andrew's Church
Tarvin Methodist Church
By Tarvin Community Centre - 18th January 2020 6:00am
On Friday February 7th Kevin Jay, comedy hypnotist, will be joined by his colleague, stage magician Paul Roberts in a show that will test the limits of your imagination. There will naturally be some audience participation, but be assured, this is an evening dedicated to laughter and good fun.
Sue Hardacre, Vice-Chair said "Kevin has been to the Community Centre before to entertain children but a casual conversation indicated that he had a much wider and varied repertoire. Always looking to attract a wider audience, the Committee decided to offer the village an evening of something different."
A Kevin himself says" Either watch the show or be the show, which ever you choose you will go away feeling thoroughly entertained"
The doors will be open from 7.00pm and Kevin will entertain with some close-up magic before the show starts at 8.00pm. The bar will be open and this is very definitely an evening that will be better enjoyed with a group of friends.
Tickets are just £10 and are available from the Post office and from www.ticketsource.co.uk/tarvincommunitycentre The bigger the audience the more money the Community Centre will bank.
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