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TWO Des­ti­na­tion Lan­guage present De­clin­ing Solo at The Arts Cen­tre, Edge Hill Univer­sity on Oc­to­ber 31 at 7.30pm.

A woman re­turns to visit her fam­ily home, and misses the one thing she val­ues most: the father she re­mem­bers.

It’s in a place where there’s singing and danc­ing and eat­ing and drink­ing and be­ing merry, and of friend­ships and fa­mil­ial link as the to­tal core of com­mu­ni­ties.

Com­bin­ing text with chore­og­ra­phy, video and spe­cially com­mis­sioned mu­sic, De­clin­ing Solo is the se­quel to Two Des­ti­na­tion Lan­guage’s award-win­ning Near Gone.

Tick­ets: £10/£8 con­ces­sions/£5 EHU stu­dents and school par­ties of 10 or more.

Free for EHU stu­dents who have signed up to The Arts Cen­tre’s free mem­ber­ship scheme.

To find out more or to book tick­ets go to www.edge­hill. ac.uk or call 01695 584480. THE Peo­ple’s Theatre Com­pany presents Don’t Drib­ble On The Dragon at The Arts Cen­tre on Oc­to­ber 28 at 2.30pm.

Tom is a tod­dler with a cool. older brother, a se­cret dragon… and a drib­bling prob­lem that just won’t stop!

When Tom’s end­less drool­ing threat­ens to tear the brothers’ friend­ship apart, can their dragon’s amaz­ing magic help them put it back to­gether again or will it only end up mak­ing things worse?

Based on the fab­u­lous new book by Steven Lee and with magic de­signed by the leg­endary Paul Daniels, this spec­tac­u­lar mu­si­cal ad­ven­ture about grow­ing up and the im­por­tance of fam­ily is the per­fect feel­good show for big-hearted adults and lov­ing lit­tle ones alike. Tick­ets: £6/£22 fam­ily ticket Free for EHU stu­dents who have signed up to The Arts Cen­tre’s free mem­ber­ship scheme.

Find out more and book your tick­ets by call­ing 01695 584480 or vis­it­ing www.edge­hill.ac.uk.

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