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Anne Burrows writes: "TAVA would like to say a big 'thank you' to all those who made Chocolate Thunder such a brilliant success on Sunday. The show involved music and dance from all over the world, a broad array of weird and wonderful instruments, and dance and acrobatics. Lots of children enjoyed a music and dance style workshop prior to the event, and then joined in the finale of the show. (Some grown ups did too!)

Some feedback from our audience...

"Very unusual and energetic. Not what I expected. Very good."

"Excellent"

"Good that children could take part. Mulit-lingual / musical element fantastic."

"Lively and interesting. Good rhythms"

"Very good that people can take part. Excellent music and multi-language."

"Wow! Very different, highly enjoyable. Kids loved it."

"The acrobatics were just great."

"I loved the girl who did handstands." George aged 7

"The disappearing egg trick was very clever."

"I liked everything." Millie aged 7

"Loved the egg trick. Amazing."

"I think the children really enjoyed it."

"A particular 'thank you' to Audlem school, Cheshire Rural Touring Network and the Audlem Parish Council for their continued help and support."

If you would like to know more about TAVA, or would like to get involved in any way — do contact Janet Warrington 811250 or Anne Burrows 812442.

 

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