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Extending the Wonderfund magic

THE remarkable success of the Wonderfund project, providing free tickets for children and supporting schools to come back to Bath Theatre Royal’s Egg means the funding can be extended for up to two more years. On Thursday 24th February, Bath’s dedicated young people’s theatre hosted the Wonderfundraiser to celebrate the project and acknowledge the support…

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Little Ado to move from Pavilion Dance to St Peter’s Church

PERFORMING Arts students at Arts University Bournemouth (AUB) were disappointed when their planned production of Shakespeare’s Much Ado About Nothing was cancelled due to Covid. But although the original venue, Pavilion Dance South West, was not available for the rescheduled dates, staff and students have worked together to move the action into St Peter’s Church,…

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Little Murmur dances into the Egg

LITTLE Murmur, a new dance show for children aged over seven and their families comes to Bath’s Egg Theatre on Saturday 26th and Sunday 27th February with two performances daily at 11.30am and 3pm. Little Murmur combines illustration and technology with dance and humour in a stunning visual treat. Created by award-winning choreographer Aakash Odedra…

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Trilogy’s dramatic finale

PETRUS Ursem, the Cornwall-based, Dutch-born printmaker, has established a second career as the author of exciting young adult novels, the Steven Honest trilogy which reaches its dramatic finale with Black As Ink. The books follow the mysterious inheritance Steven receives from a long-dead mine captain, Thomas Carpenter, who lived in the old house where he…

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Tutti Frutti reinvents a favourite story

ONE of the best-loved children’s stories, The Princess and the Pea, is brought to colourful life by Tutti Frutti, at Alderholt village hall on Saturday 20th November, and Cerne Abbas village hall on Sunday 21st, both starting at 3p If you love stories, you will enjoy this show which imagines princesses who don’t know they…

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