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The Continental to host Half Term family show

Posted on - 17th February, 2015 - 12:00pm | Author - | Posted in - Comedy, Kid's stuff, People, Preston City Centre, Things to Do in and around Preston
They Eat Culture

When Trolls Try to Eat Your Goldfish, by Dominic Berry

They Eat Culture will host the latest edition to the programme at The Continental with, “When Trolls Try To Eat Your Goldfish” this Thursday.

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The quirky-titled family comedy show will see a mix of performance and music and is one of a year-long programme to be hosted by They Eat Culture, a non-profit production group. “When Trolls Try to Eat Your Goldfish” is the story of one by one, animals and birds mysteriously going missing into a forest lead by troll-prints.

The show is by award-winning Dominic Barry, who also performed on the BBC’s ‘Rhyme Rocket’ and has had a sell-out national tour last year. He has also collaborated with Simple Sergio, who has written and performed live music for the show.

“We always have a lot of fun when we come to Preston with a show,” he says.  “There’s always a great turnout, and the kids are always super-enthusiastic!”

Tickets will be £5 each, or £15 for a family of four. Tickets can be purchased from the venue,  or  off the SeeTickets or Skiddle websites.

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