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Magic way of keeping kids entertained during hols

Where: The Prince Albert, Stroud

When: Thursday, February 21, 2pm-3pm

The CrazyBird Comedy Club is proud to bring the legendary children's entertainer 'El Baldiniho' to The Prince Albert in Stroud during February half-term.

El Baldiniho is a "larger than life" (i.e overweight!) comedy magician performing throughout the UK to a vast range of audiences.

His show, called Buy Wand, Get Wand Free, is 50 minutes long and includes magic, jokes, songs and lots of audience interaction (suitable for ages 6-12).

At the end of the show, El Baldiniho will do a brief magic workshop and all the children get to take home a few simple tricks, all supplied as part of ticket price

Tickets cost £8.50 and are available from The Prince Albert, The Trading Post or from Nick Bird on 07967 214477, via crazybirdcomedy@gmail.com  or online at www.seetickets.com/event/crazybird-comedy-club-presents-el-baldiniho-/the-prince-albert/1307270 

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