Entertainment to boost centre funds

A PROGRAMME of high quality entertainment shows will be put on in Clevedon to revive one of the town’s facilities.

Clevedon Community Centre in Princes Road is in need of a great deal of refurbishment and, to help increase funds to pay for the work, a range of live children’s shows will be put on over the coming months.

These will be followed in the autumn with a wider range of events for people of all ages.

A company called Event Architects is organising the shows and is in talks with a number of touring theatre companies, musicians and performers.

The programme will begin on March 27 when Nutty Noah will pay a visit to the community centre.


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For children aged four and above, his show promises to be full of magic, music and mayhem with tricks, balloon modelling, juggling and plenty of audience participation. Noah is from Weston and has recently made it through to the televised stage of Britain’s Got Talent.

On May 1, Paradox Theatre will put on The Pirates of the Green Bogie for children aged three and above who will get to venture into the world of pirates, parrots, buried treasure and slapstick.

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Animal Tales with Major Mustard on May 22 will be for children aged 3-7 and will be a bewitching mixture of well-loved and less well-known stories of animals, sea creatures and birds from around the world.

Tickets for each show, priced �6, are available from the website www.eventarchitects.co.uk or the community centre box office from February 1.

Both Nutty Noah and Animal Tales will be put on at 11am and 2pm on the respective dates. The times for Paradox Theatre are yet to be confirmed.

Any independent traders or local groups interested in acting as a ticket agent or making a group booking can email hello@eventarchitects.co.uk

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