Exmouth musical show with a difference
A MUSICAL production about bogus callers and scams is to be held in Exmouth. Performed by the Solomon Touring Theatre, a show called Too Good To Be True, takes place at Elizabeth Hall, in The Esplanade, on Friday, October 2, at 2.30pm. The production, in
A MUSICAL production about bogus callers and scams is to be held in Exmouth.
Performed by the Solomon Touring Theatre, a show called Too Good To Be True, takes place at Elizabeth Hall, in The Esplanade, on Friday, October 2, at 2.30pm.
The production, in conjunction with Devon and Cornwall police and Devon County Council, is based on true life stories.
A spokesperson for the show said: "Meet Sydney - the victim of a rogue tarmac tradesmen and Mary who thinks she's won the holiday of a lifetime.
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"A cast of three professional actors present an energetic live story-telling event with music from the 60s.
"It is guaranteed to entertain and amuse with the key safety messages coming through loud and clear."
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There will also be talks and displays by other agencies warning people on bogus callers and scams.
Admission is free and refreshments will be available.
For more information, call Gerry Moore, East Devon community safety officer on 01395 273802.