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15:39 05 March 2013
Kevin Tomlinson tours Devon
Kevin Tomlinson is one of the UK’s leading experts on masks and improvisation.
He co-founded Kepow Theatre Company in 1991 with Paul Jenkins and together they have turned Kepow into Britain’s leading mask and improvisation theatre company.
Kevin has performed all over the world in various plays scripted and improvised. These places include: Hong Kong, America, New Zealand, Canada, Holland, Norway, Germany, Bali, Singapore and Hawaii.
He has also performed at 12 Edinburgh Festivals. Most recently, with two sell-out shows in 2012.
Kevin will be bringing his thouroughly entertaining comedy show to the East Budleigh Village Hall on Sunday, March 17 at £7.30pm as part of the ‘Villages in Action’ tour.
Tickets are priced at £8 and include light refreshments.
Tickets can be purchased at the East Budleigh community shop or by phoning 01395 446781 or 01395 445129.
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