A mad March teach party

PUBLISHED: 11:00 08 April 2011

Clevedon Princes Hall in Princes Road, dress rehearsal of a show being put on by about 80 primary school pupils called The Mad March Tea Party.

Clevedon Princes Hall in Princes Road, dress rehearsal of a show being put on by about 80 primary school pupils called The Mad March Tea Party.

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MIME, music, poetry and acting scenes were all part of a show put on by colourful North Somerset youngsters.

Clevedon-based drama school, Kingsley Speech and Drama, performed The Mad March Tea Party to anticipating audiences on Thursday.

Held at the Princes Hall in Princes Road, Clevedon, those taking part ranged in age from five to 11.

Proceeds from the successful show will be donated to Asthma UK.


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