Bush Theatre Holiday Camp Week

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Bush Theatre Holiday Camp
Supported by Sipsmith

In the lead up to the opening of Chalet Lines, we’ll be filling the Bush with Butlins inspired entertainment to celebrate the start of summer and get you in the holiday camp spirit. If you’ve never been to Butlins and redcoats, donkey derbys and lovely legs mean nothing to you, then here’s your chance for a slice of Butlins life…

 
 

CABARET NIGHT with the famous Scandimaniacs (pictured)
Wednesday, 28 March/7.30pm
‘Unsinkably funny’ -Time Out
>FREE

COMEDY NIGHT
Friday, 30 March/7.30pm
Enjoy a night with top comedians in the Bush Library
Tickets £5 (includes a free Sipsmith cocktail)
Book here

Camp Champs – Comedy & Open Mic
Saturday, 31 March/7.30pm
Open to any acoustic, spoken word, comedy and performance artists. Email your entry FAST to [email protected]
>FREE

Children’s Holiday Camp: UNDERWATERLAND
Monday, 2 April/10am to noon
Drama, storytelling, fun and games for 4-7 yrs.
£8 incl. snack
Book here

BINGO!
Monday, 2 April/7.30pm
with caller Ryan Sampson from The Kitchen Sink
Just turn up or book your spot via [email protected]
>FREE

Children’s Holiday Camp: CIRCUS SKILLS
Tuesday, 3 April/10am to noon
Drama, storytelling, fun and games for 4-7 yrs.
£8 incl. snack
Book here

QUIZ NIGHT
Tuesday, 3 April/ 7.30pm
hosted by The Kitchen Sink’s Ryan Sampson
Tables of 4-6 players. £5/table
Chalet Lines preview tickets & cash prizes!
Email [email protected] to book a table or just turn up!

Children’s Holiday Camp: GREEK MYTHS
Wednesday, 4 April/10am to noon
Drama, storytelling, fun and games for 7-11 yrs.
£8 incl. snack
Book here

CABARET NIGHT with the famous Scandimaniacs
Wednesday, 4 April/7.30pm
Tickets £5 (includes a free Sipsmith cocktail)
Book here

Children’s Holiday Camp: THE WILD WEST
Thursday, 5 April/10am to noon
Drama, storytelling, fun and games for 4-11 yrs.
£8 incl. snack
Book here

This is a past event 28 Mar 2012 to 06 Apr 2012

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22 May
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