Clevedon Theatre Shop organisers appeal for volunteer help

PUBLISHED: 18:00 05 November 2017

Theatre Shop first opened its doors in 2015.

Theatre Shop first opened its doors in 2015.

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The organisers of Clevedon’s Theatre Shop are appealing for more volunteers to help with its latest season.

The venue in Queens Square is heading into its busy festive schedule of shows, and extra pairs of hands are needed to help organiser The Theatre Shop man the bar and arrange events.

A spokesman for The Theatre Orchard said: “Theatre Shop couldn’t run without the invaluable help of local volunteers who help steward the space, run the bar and generally spread Theatre Shop’s magic far and wide.

“If you’d like to get involved with the theatre, meet different people, enjoy some great shows and even gain new skills, then please get in touch with info@theatreshop.org.uk”

Upcoming shows at Theatre Shop include Living Spit’s Nativity, The Nutcracker – A Family Show and Mumblecrust Theatre’s The Tale Of The Cockatrice.

Theatre Shop first started in 2015.

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