Children's Theatre & Craft Workshop today at Tarvin Community Centre

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Once again the Community Centre is bringing children's theatre to Tarvin. This evening at 6.00 pm, in conjunction with Cheshire Rural Touring Arts, Mashi Theatre will be presenting Tales of Birbal, timeless fables form the Indian sub-continent. Tickets, £6 for grown-ups & £4 for children are still available from the Post Office and on the Door.
The performance lasts for just under one hour.

If you have tickets, or you plan to buy tickets on the door, then come along from 5.00 pm for the children to enjoy a craft session with local artist, Andy Leigh, who will have all the material to produce items from the fables.

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