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For its next event in Audlem, TAVA (Traveling Arts Visiting Audlem) presents hoof! junior. Spike Theatre's cult improvisation team presents an incredible, magical journey into a totally improvised world.

  • "One of the most talked about nights of spontaneous theatrical mayhem in the UK"
  • "Pure comic genius" BBC Radio Merseyside
  • "An evening you will not forget for a while, mind-bogglingly clever, devastatingly funny, entirely original comedy" said Liverpool Confidential.
It's coming to Audlem on Saturday 24th October at 2.00pm. The Venue: Audlem St James' Primary School.

The show is for children aged 5+ and their families. For tickets, please call 01270 811250. £4 children / concessions; £5 adults; family £15

You can check out the show at www.spiketheatre.com and view our Youtube excerpt.

The Beast is back!Over the last five years, the Hoof! team have established their unique long-form Improv show as one of the most talked about nights of spontaneous theatrical mayhem in the UK.

Gasp, as a bare stage transforms into a visual, verbal and musical feast and you are catapulted into a totally improvised fairytale. You decide its title, you decide who are the heroes and who are the villains and after all is said and done, you have the final word too!

Book earlyTAVA's events tend to 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, Cheshire East Council & Cheshire West Council.


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