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     Hi Blogsprites,

     

     If you are lucky enough to live in Hull, East Yorkshire, U.K. you can head to the New Theatre this week for Horrible Histories.

     The Terrible Tudors and Vile Victorians are too good for kids, so borrow someone else’s and get yourself along.

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     The Beverley Arts Trust are hosting their popular biennial Puppet Festival from Friday 13th to Sunday 15th of July this year!  If you have never visited the market town or its colourful festival before I can heartily recommend both.

     The event features a wide range of performances, exhibitions and workshops for all age groups with free and ticketed shows.

     The Puppet Festival has a very comprehensive website featuring printable programmes and details of all shows, activities and prices.  Just click the picture of The Three Billy Pigs to link to all the information you will need.

     If you require any more persuading here are a few clips showcasing 2012’s performers and if you live close by please share this link and help to promote The Beverley Puppet Festival 🙂

     I may see you there… 

     Noisy Oyster from Frome, Somerset, UK.

     Stephen Mottram (Oxford, UK) Animata.

     Scottish Falsetto Sock Puppet Theatre.

     Indigo Moon Theatre.  Alice And The White Rabbit, Beverley (East Yorkshire, UK).

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     Hello Blogsprites,

     

     If you like rude and musical puppets (who doesn’t ?)  I can recommend Avenue Q at Hull’s New Theatre (UK)  from tomorrow night until Saturday 7th July 2012.

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     Hey Blogsprites,

     Live screening of Rigoletto at selected cinemas tonight.

     I‘ll be enjoying a lull in Hull and checking it out 😉

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     If you fancy watching a performance of Oliver Goldsmith’s She Stoops To Conquer check Odeon’s website to see if there is a screening, live from The National Theatre, at your local cinema tonight.

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     Good Evening Blogsprites,

   

     I am very excited because one of my favourite stories, Beauty and The Beast, has been adapted for the stage.

     David Nixon’s ballet, with a score including works by Bizet and Debussy, will be performed by the Northern Ballet company at Hull’s New Theatre.

     Performances from tonight until Saturday.

     Don’t miss it!

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         You can enjoy the elegance and skill of The Royal Ballet at a fraction of the usual ticket price!

     Vue and Odeon are screening Prokofiev’s Romeo and Juliet live in cinema’s around the UK.    

     Check their websites for availability.

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