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By Tarvin Webteam - 10th May 2019 6:00am
The Community Centre has always been very clear that it should bring theatre performances to a young audience.
They are, therefore, delighted to be presenting this Friday evening at 6 pm "One Man Shoe", a delightful piece of physical theatre with magic, clowning and juggling -- but no words. Watch bumbling theatre caretaker, Jango, realise his dream when he is unexpectedly thrust into the limelight. Though billed for ages 5 -- 95, the following review from an audience member indicates that younger children may also enjoy the show.
"I bought my 2yr old and 6yr old. They both enjoyed all of it. They were kept entertained throughout which is quite an achievement! We all liked the character that Jango created — full of fun. The no talking made it more accessible for a wide age range and made it more imaginative."
The following review from The Scotsman says
"This hapless clown manages to make the most simple procedures laughably complex."
Tickets are £7 for adults and £5 for children, and the show will last for about an hour.
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