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Street entertainment

The town centre is looking stunning at the moment with its glorious floral displays.  To make the High Street a little more enticing there will be some fun, silly and downright bonkers entertainment which you might not spot at first but will surely put a smile on your face!

Between 12 noon and 4pm starting on Saturday 8 August and running every Saturday and Sunday in August keep your eyes peeled.  You never know what you might come across!!  Ok, you might as we will give you a sneaky peek .

As well as the entertainers listed below we also have a variety of buskers in various locations.

Saturday 8 August

The WowBower will be up towards the pond where kids (and adults too!) can have their pictures taken with life size models of Buzz Lightyear and the Minions.

Saturday 8 August and Sunday 23 August


Sparky, a genuine robot with no human parts and tons of personality.  At two metres tall, he talks, dances, plays music, squirts water and causes a sensation wherever he goes.

Sunday 9 August and Saturday 29 August

The Whizzers are sprite-like and cheekily unpredictable, ready to chase unsuspecting members of the audience off into the distance or engage them in their own moment of graceful Whizzer dance.

Saturday 15 August and Sunday 23 August

These big, bouncing, b-boy breakers and their beat blasting boom box are sure to bring out the funk in everyone.  Heads will turn as they bounce along to their sound system in their massive high tops. This high-energy fun act might even teach you their secret handshake.

Saturday 15 August

What says fun more than disco? The Positivity Project's Discoball Heads will have you reaching for your camera and maybe bust a few moves as well!

Sunday 16 August and Saturday 29 August

Manic idiot violinist Sid Bowfin- unpredictable and unique. The virtuoso violinist combines madcap comedy with superb musicianship. Watch Sid compete, argue, ridicule and seduce his way through the most popular works from across centuries, turning classical performance on its head with his hilarious spontaneous comedic antics.

Saturday 22 and Sunday 30 August

Bright and cheery, you can't help but smile when you see the Positivity Project's Social Distance Smiley Heads.  You won't be able to miss them in their sunshine yellow suits. After seeing them you will have a smile as big as theirs!

Sunday 30 August

To keep Covid-secure it wouldn't be out of place to see more cleaners on the high streets keeping areas clean and safe. The Positivity Project's Dancing Cleaners will entertain you with a hilariously comical dance routine, from air guitar on the mop to body-popping and robot-locking around their bucket!

Sunday 30 August

Watch out for the Clown about Town. A joyous celebration of what it is to be human with slap-stick comedy, puppets and silly dancing.

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