Sidmouth Arts Club Operatic Society perform at Pecorama

PUBLISHED: 11:32 21 August 2008 | UPDATED: 22:13 15 June 2010

FUN and entertainment is the name of the game at Pecorama, Beer, this weekend. On Sunday, August 24, visitors will be treated to a performance of songs by Irving Berlin.

FUN and entertainment is the name of the game at Pecorama, Beer, this weekend.

On Sunday, August 24, visitors will be treated to a performance of songs by Irving Berlin.

Thirteen members of the Sidmouth Arts Club Operatic Society will be singing the likes of Alexander's Rag Time Band, Putting on the Ritz, What'll I Do/Remember, How Deep is the Ocean and Easter Parade.

The performance will start at 3pm.

Sunday sees a different type of entertainment with the arrival of Circus Berzercus.

Spangles the Clown, alias Steve Eldridge, and top juggler Ben Cornish will combine for A Komedy of Errors.

The same show will be staged on Bank Holiday Monday and both days it will be preceded by a circus skills workshop which will feature plate spinning, poi, feather balancing, tight-rope walking and juggling.

The attraction's Top Spot Theatre will also host singer/song-writer Dave Somers on Monday, August 25.


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