Theatre heads to the park for family-friendly shows

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Camberley Theatre's Theatre in the Park returns in August

THEATRE in the Park is making a comeback with three new shows, thanks to Camberley Theatre.

Starting on Monday, August 9, Malcolm Brushell will be painting a picture of his quest to find the pinky-est pink paint on the planet in The Lost Colour.

Through puppetry and an energy fuelled performance all on top of a van, join this race to create the most potent pigmented pink paint imaginable.

This show takes place at Lightwater Country Park.

Next up, We All Wobble will be performed at Chobham Recreation Ground on Thursday, August 12.

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Clowning around

Two lovable clowns will be going weeble and wobble through a chaotic picnic.

The final summer show will be The Lion Inside, on Friday, August 13, which will be held at Frimley Lodge Park.

This 30-minute show is all about Mouse who wishes it could roar and decides to ask Lion for help.

Theatre manager Andy Edmeads said: “I’m so excited to get outdoors in some of our lovely local parks and, for the first time, take Theatre in the Park to multiple locations.

“All the shows are great quality and ideal for young families so why not make an afternoon of it and enjoy some brilliant entertaining theatre and enjoy the other facilities the parks have to offer?”

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Fun with a hot air balloon

All shows are at both noon and 2.30pm

Tickets are available to purchase at £9 for adults, £7.50 for under 16s and £30 for a family of four.

For more details, or to book, call the box office on 01276 707600 or log on to camberleytheatre.co.uk

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