Festival features anti-drinking song and dance show

PUBLISHED: 10:27 12 July 2007 | UPDATED: 12:39 04 May 2010

A SONG and dance show with a strong anti-drinking theme will be performed four times in three days in the lead up to the Four Corners Youth Festival. The show, called Teenage Tequila, will be performed from July 19 to July 21 at the Brooklands Centre, Sut

A SONG and dance show with a strong anti-drinking theme will be performed four times in three days in the lead up to the Four Corners Youth Festival.

The show, called Teenage Tequila, will be performed from July 19 to July 21 at the Brooklands Centre, Sutton.

It will be 7.30-10.30pm each night and 2.30-5pm on Saturday, July 21.

Young dancers, actors, singers and bands will perform and tickets are £1-£5.

The Four Corners Youth Festival takes place at the Brooklands Centre and the Sutton Royal British Legion car park, 11am-6pm.

It is being organised by 15 to 17-year-olds and includes activities such as Laser Quest, archery, rodeo bull, a climbing wall, craft stalls, live bands and lots more.

Entry to the festival costs £2 and tickets for this and Teenage Tequila are available by calling 01353 778341.

Both events are being organised by Cambridgeshire Youth Service for Ely, Littleport and Witchford.


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