Wednesday 8 July 2020

Tweedy's Lost Property at Everyman Theatre

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Prepare for mischief and mayhem when favourite Gloucestershire clown, Tweedy, takes to the stage in Cheltenham, promising an afternoon of hilarious entertainment for little and big kids alike.

Hilarity and havoc are set to descend upon Cheltenham’s Everyman Theatre during the Easter holidays, when local favourite Tweedy the Clown takes to the stage with his latest show.

The comedy show, Tweedy's Lost Property on Sunday 9 April 2017 will see Tweedy in a new role, getting an office job to try and ‘find himself’ – resulting in hilarious consequences when items in his possession develop a life of their own, and he is preventing from answering the telephone.

Sure to have audiences in fits of laughter, Tweedy’s spring performance in Cheltenham will be a highlight of the school holidays, offering the chance to see one of the most popular clowns in the country.

Tweedy's Lost Property show
Everyman Theatre
Sunday 9 April 2017; Sunday 9 April 2017
From 2pm and from 5pm
Tickets range from £14 to £19
(01242) 572573

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Tuesday 28 February 2017

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