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Have an ‘experimental weekend at Stratford Circus

15:00 23 October 2012

Stratford Circus

Stratford Circus

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Stratford Circus is having an Experimental Weekend this Sunday with a unique vocal theatrical performance.

Two pieces devised by the Helen Chadwick Song Theatre will be performed consecutively at the arts venue in Theatre Square starting at 5pm with ‘Beware’, a choir of local voices celebrating a local landmark through song.

The performance will be followed by the company’s 2012 commission ‘White Suit, a new staging of surreal storytelling featuring a dynamic range of voices in close vocal harmony singing.

The evening will be followed by a Q&A, a late bar, and a DJ.

Families are welcome - but children must be aged 12 or over, and tickets are £8 available from www.stratford-circus.com or by calling 0844 357 2625.

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