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Where is Love? Bromley Youth Music Trust Mixed Choirs

BYMT Mixed Choirs comprise Beckenham Academy Junior Choir, Junior and Senior Choirs, Chamber Choir, the Junior and Senior Showcase Singers and Musical Theatre (Junior & Senior & Advanced). They will perform a wonderfully varied programme ranging from songs from the shows to chamber music across all youth age groups from 7 to 18 on the theme of Love. Tickets £6, Under 25s £3, Under 18s £2 may be bought On-line at www.stgeorgesarts.co.uk Now and from Tuesday 17th..

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The Wind in The Willows -  A Box Tale Soup Production

Award winning theatre company Box Tale Soup was formed in 2012. Using their own unique blend of puppetry, physical theatre and traditional performance, Receiving great critical and audience acclaim wherever they go, their touring calendar has included: the Lyric Hammersmith, Wiltonís Music Hall and the Wigmore Hall, London; Bridgewater Hall, Manchester; and the Broad Stage, California. They have had three productions commissioned by the Everyman Theatre, Cheltenham, with the most recent being The Wind in the Willows. We were also commissioned to create a new Oscar Wilde adaptation by the William Andrews Clark Memorial Library, UCLA. We have had the honour of collaborating with world renowned choral ensemble The Sixteen and Guardian Charity of the Year 2016 award winners Music Action International. Their production The Wind in the Willows has been seen by over 6,000 people to date and Box Tale Soupís work in general has been seen by around 40,000! The core of the company consists of Noel Byrne and Antonia Christophers, who created Box Tale Soup and now work for the company at all times. The original music for our shows is created by Dan Melrose, with occasional help from other musical friends. www.boxtalesoup.co.uk A show for all the family to close St George's Festival for Beckenham 2018. A beautiful new adaptation of Kenneth..

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Spitfire sessions - Softball Cricket

Softball cricket for Boys and Girls aged 5 - 11 years old. Softball cricket fun and games for Boys and Girls aged 5 - 11 years old. Sessions are led by a fully qualified ECB..

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John Major lived at the top end of The Avenue. There is a plaque outside the house. Siouxsie Sioux used to serve burgers at the High Street Wimpy Bar. Nick Heyward and Haircut 100 all went to Kelsey Park School.

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Monthly Market and Weekly Night Markets at Beckenham Place Park

This year, the organisers of the popular Beckenham Market and surrounding area pop-up events are introducing two new regular markets to the grounds of Beckenham Place Mansion, conveniently located between Bromley and Lewisham. The organisers had a great response to their pop-up events last year so from Thursday 17th May 2018 onwards, you will find their Sunset..

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Demorilo Property Agency in Cyprus being Investigated

A Cyprus property agency is being investigated after an apartment owned by a UK family was occupied without their permission. Owners claim that the occupation came to light when their utility bills showed unusual usage levels. Office manager, Costas Vorias and..

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