TAVA is delighted to present:
by the Oxfordshire Theatre Company
Adapted by award winning playwright, Neil Duffield, this production is packed with all the drama, excitement and fun of Rudyard Kipling’s classic story.
This production is produced by one of the UK’s leading touring companies, inventively staged and performed through a dazzling blend of theatre, songs, puppetry and movement to make a very special play for children, families and the young at heart.
All are welcome. A real family show (5+ but you are welcome to use your discretion if you would like to bring younger children. The company have had younger children enjoy their productions.
It's on Saturday 29th October 2.30pm at Audlem St James' School
Adults £5; Child concessions £4; Family £15
Tickets and information: Janet Warrington (01270) 811250 or email email@example.com" target="_blank">firstname.lastname@example.org
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From the children:
TAVA (Touring Arts Visiting Audlem) is a small and friendly group of parents bringing high quality arts to family audiences in Audlem. We host 2 professional arts events each year and organise workshops for children.
We are part of Cheshire Rural Touring Arts and are a ‘not for profit' group. (Any proceeds from events go towards funding future TAVA events.) Our events are kindly supported by Audlem St James’ School, Cheshire Rural Touring Arts, Audlem Parish Council, Cheshire East Council & Cheshire West Council.
Would you like to go on our mailing list? Do contact us. We are Julia Turner, Sally-Ann Spooner, Janet Warrington and Anne Burrows email@example.com" target="_blank">firstname.lastname@example.org
For more information about other rural touring events in Cheshire: www.cheshireruraltouringarts.co.uk
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