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By Tristan Harris Friday 18 July 2014 Updated: 18/07 11:12
THE ANNUAL Bromsgrove Street Theatre events will this year include circus workshops, face painting, community stalls and competitions and theatrical shows.
It kicks off on July 30 on The Rec in Bromsgrove when George Orange – the Man on the Moon will take fun to new heights.
He will return the next day (July 31), this time in Wythall Park.
On August 4, there will be Bread and Butter Theatre and a sports day on Catshill Meadow and, on August 6, there will be Le Navet Bete - Rumpus on The Rec in Bromsgrove.
That act will be in Hagley Park on August 7 and George Orange - the Man on the Moon will provide the final performance in St Chad’s Park, Rubery, on August 8.
All events run from 11am to 3pm.
Coun Michael Webb, whose portfolio covers Leisure, said: “There’s no excuse for our young residents to be bored over the summer holidays with all this free fun going on.”
He added the fantastic acts were also guaranteed to entertain the parents.
Visit www.bromsgrove.gov.uk for more.
* CRAFT and community organisations are being invited to have stalls at the popular Street Theatre events, which always attract thousands of visitors.
Those groups wanting to showcase their skills and what they do should email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 01527 534030.
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