Romance and juggling!

PUBLISHED: 11:03 10 February 2009 | UPDATED: 16:45 14 April 2010

Valentine s night, Saturday, February 14, something spectacular will be taking place in Sidmouth. A very special Valentine s Variety by the Sea cabaret will host a wonderful bill of acts, with lots of laughs, live cinema, circus stunts, bizarre and beautiful skills and some special surprises

Valentine's night, Saturday, February 14, something spectacular will be taking place in Sidmouth. A very special Valentine's Variety by the Sea cabaret will host a wonderful bill of acts, with lots of laughs, live cinema, circus stunts, bizarre and beautiful skills and some special surprises.

Included in the ticket price (which is still only £10 for adults and £7.50 for concessions) is the opportunity to visit a genuine Victorian photo-booth, where you can be photographed in a traditional Victorian way.

The special booth is created by theatre group the Strangelings and you will be able to take home the photograph of you on this special variety night out. This is at no extra cost, all included with the ticket!

On stage for this one night only premiere are: Hoop La La, television's Britain's Got Talent stars, incredible hand balancing from Tiina Tuamisto, the brilliant physical comedy from the wonderful Nakupelle and due to last minute negotiations Variety by the Sea has managed to sign up the fabulous Feeding the Fish, pictured left, who are without doubt the best glow jugglers in the world.

They are now coming to Sidmouth direct from Lisbon to show you why they are in such high demand. With the brilliant host Goronwy Thom and even more artists to appear on the night, this is a special once-only show not to be missed.

Tickets are still available but selling fast.

An amazing night out for all....and you get a free photograph, all for a very reasonable £10 or £7.50!

The Variety by the Sea - Valentine's Special begins at 7.30pm and tickets can be purchased from the box office (01395) 514413 or, out of hours, 01395 514465

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