Puppet fun at The Blakehay

PUBLISHED: 11:24 20 July 2006 | UPDATED: 09:37 24 May 2010

FOR the second summer running The Blakehay is providing children's entertainment during the summer holidays. On August 3 The Blakehay Puppet Company will present The Elves and The Shoemaker, a show based on a traditional Grimm's fairy tale. Lampen Puppet

FOR the second summer running The Blakehay is providing children's entertainment during the summer holidays.On August 3 The Blakehay Puppet Company will present The Elves and The Shoemaker, a show based on a traditional Grimm's fairy tale.Lampen Puppet Theatre will perform Am-A-Zing Thing, a rod and glove puppet show about a wild and wonderful woodland enchantment on August 10.Jill's Party Time is back by popular demand on August 17 for a super mix of fun and audience participation that is not to be missed.There will be mice, music and magic when Professor Popup's Puppet Theatre performs a rendition of the pied piper tale on August 24.The season will finish on August 31 with a Blakehay end of summer bash with fun competitions and prizes.Tickets, priced £3.50, are available from The Blakehay in Wadham Street, Weston. Shows start at 11am. For more details call 01934 645493.

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