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Our June's Wedding

Theatre Exchange: Our June's Wedding

It’s June’s big day! Time to crack out the bubbly, overly large hats and grandma’s pearls for a proper wedding, the happiest day in any woman’s life… However, what with a overly joyous father of the bride, nervous groom, lost best man, disgruntled mother-in-law-to-be, and a…well, where is June? Things could turn out very differently from the fairy tale ending everyone is hoping for. Back by popular demand, award-nominated Theatre Exchange bring Our June’s Wedding to churches, theatres and village halls across the South East.
Gather the children, throw the confetti, and save room for cake – this is going to be one family wedding where all the drama happens to someone else’s family. A family experience, suitable for all ages.

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St Peter & St Paul Church, Wadhurst Sunday 11th June 2017   15:00

St Mary's Church, Buxted Saturday 15th July 2017   14:30

Son Yambu

Son Yambu: Son Yambu

With red hot rhythms straight from the streets of Eastern Cuba, Son Yambu play authentic Cuban son, the intoxicating fusion of Spanish and African rhythms that gave rise to salsa. The band features a new generation of Cuban musicians who are all passionate about maintaining the traditions of the genre and continuing the Buena Vista legacy that put Cuban music back on the map in 1997. They give this irresistible music a contemporary edge, bringing their audiences a truly sensational, authentic, Latin music experience.

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Robertsbridge Club Friday 16th June 2017   19:30


Bootworks Theatre: JukeBoxes

Two beautiful 1950’s Jukeboxes sit side-by-side. Watch them spring to life as two performers (hidden inside) re-create classic pop music videos in a lip-syncing musical medley. Using props, masks, puppets and a terrible selection of wigs, the kitsch duo bring to life some of our favourite celebrity pop-stars from past and present. The Beatles, Sinead O’Connor, Miley Cyrus, Stevie Wonder and Adele all make cameos - and audiences are encouraged to sing or dance along with the show. Whatever your age, there’s a little something for everyone.

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Slindon Church Fete Saturday 27th May 2017   14:00

High Hurstwood Village Fete Saturday 17th June 2017   13:00

Chalk Village Fete Saturday 8th July 2017   11:30

Sandwich Ale Festival Sunday 9th July 2017   12:00

bOing International Family Festival Saturday 26th August 2017   12:00

bOing International Family Festival Sunday 27th August 2017   12:00

Culinary Duel

Etta Ermini Dance Theatre: Culinary Duel

A cook off like no other! Based upon the familiar format of TV cookery shows, Culinary Duel is outdoor dance theatre performance designed to particularly appeal to children and family audiences. Recreating the family TV experience and animating its absurdity with physical humour, high energy dance, acrobatics and innovative audience participation, members of the public are encouraged to stir and sprinkle ingredients, engage in egg cracking competitions and learn a simple cookery dance with our professional dancers. A communal experience of sharing, preparing and eating food together, that combines a heady mix of acrobatics and dance. Culinary Duel is co-commissioned by Applause and Gulbenkian bOing Family Festival

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Robertsbridge Summer Event Sunday 18th June 2017   12:30

Uckfield Festival Saturday 8th July 2017   11:30

Lynsted Orchard Saturday 15th July 2017   13:00

bOing International Family Festival Saturday 26th August 2017   12:00

bOing International Family Festival Sunday 27th August 2017   12:00

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