Only Girls Allowed, Colyton

PUBLISHED: 14:12 15 March 2010 | UPDATED: 01:02 16 June 2010

AXE Valley Girl Guiding are working together to put on a show celebrating the centenary of Girl Guiding.

AXE Valley Girl Guiding are working together to put on a show celebrating the centenary of Girl Guiding.

Over 100 people are involved in the production of Only Girls Allowed, showing this Saturday, March 20.

The show, which involves Rainbows, Brownies, Guides and senior section and leaders, is described as fun and celebrating girl power.

Director Kym Cross said: "This is going to be a one-off community event and everyone is working so hard. With over 100 people involved, everyone is just so excited."

The show will take place at Colyton Town Hall at 2pm, with the second performance at 7pm. Tickets are £4 for adults, £2 for children, and are available from Bryne-Jones in Seaton and Colyton Pharmacy.


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