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The next TAVA event is

Chocolate Thunder by the Flying Gorillas — music and dance from all over the world, a broad array of weird and wonderful instruments and dance and acrobatics for children 3 — 11 and their families. Children can take part in the workshop with the company before the show, then join in with the finale of the main performance.

"Fascinating and long overdue" says The Guardian.

"A dazzling blend of virtuosity and wit" said the Buenos Aires Herald.

It's on Sunday 5th October 2008, 2.00pm Workshop followed by 3.30pm Performance. The venue: Audlem St James' School.

For tickets and information, call Janet Warrington on 811250. (£2.50 children / concessions; £4 adults; family £12).

TAVA's events usually sell out quickly — so do book early to avoid disappointment.

The event is kindly supported by Audlem St James' School, Cheshire Rural Touring Network, Audlem Parish Council, Crewe and Nantwich Borough Council and Cheshire County Council.



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