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By Nicola Perrott Director of Learning: Physical


MY FAVOURITE THINGS…


Development and Creativity, Dartmouth Academy


FAVOURITE CAFÉ - Alf’s FAVOURITE PUB - The Rugglestone, Widecombe in the Moor FAVOURITE PLACE FOR A DAY OUT - Weymouth FAVOURITE HOLIDAY DESTINATION - Arizona FAVOURITE MEAL - pizza and coleslaw FAVOURITE TYPE OF BISCUIT - viennese FAVOURITE FILM - Truly, Madly, Deeply


FAVOURITE BOOK - Crash by Jerry Spinelli or What’s eating Gilbert Grape by Peter Hedges FAVOURITE TV PROGRAMME - Malcom in the Middle


FAVOURITE WAY TO SPEND A FRIDAY NIGHT - Dancing in someone’s kitchen to 70’s and 80’s music


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Families & Friends


18th March MERCURY – A TRIBUTE TO QUEEN Palace Theatre, Paignton


With a dynamic stage show that fully emulates the true charismatic appeal of rock’s most flamboyant front man, Freddie’s extraordinary vocal range is reproduced with spellbinding accuracy by Joseph Lee Jackson, while Glenn Scrimshaw has completely nailed Brian May’s unique guitar sound; superbly crafted harmonies and a driving rhythm section complete the sound, creating a result that needs to be seen – but mostly heard - to be believed. Call 01803 665800


18th March BJORN AGAIN – SPRING BREAK 2011 Plymouth Pavilions


A trip to the theatre you’ll never forget! Join in all the fun with Rod Stephen’s production - ‘Bjorn Again the show - on Spring Break 2011’ featuring ABBA’s hits and songs from Mamma Mia together with the legendary voice of host Tony Blackburn playing all the UK hits of 1988 (the year the Bjorn Again show was created). This is simply the best party night out for people of all ages! 0845 146 1460


21st--26th March JOURNEY’S END Theatre Royal, Plymouth


In the days leading up to the last great German offensive of the First World War, Raleigh, an 18 year old soldier joins a besieged company of soldiers in the British trenches at St Quentin. Call 01752 230440


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Paddle South Devon’s superb River Dart in guided Voyager canoes for active adventure health fun freedom and fresh air.


26th March CHALK GIANTS Dartington Presented by Norwich Puppet Theatre & Indefinite Articles. A captivating new puppetry co-production inspired by the landscape around us, based on two old English folk-tales: Jack and the Beanstalk and Jack the Giant Slayer. At Barn Theatre, 2pm. Recommended age 5+. Tickets: £7, child £5.50, family (2+2) £20. Box Office: 01803 847070.


OUT AND ABOUT Teams Children


20th March MUD, MUD, BEAUTIFUL ESTUARINE MUD Nr. Aveton Gifford A short circular walk along the shores of the Avon estuary, taking a closer look at


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