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Britpop Tots Disco - Sunday 28th June - The Nines, Peckham - SOLD OUT


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The next Nimble Tots daytime disco for parents, carers and under 5s will be a Britpop special! Featuring lots of 90s indie britpop hits, Nimble craft activities, bubbles, disco lights and muchos dancing!


Sunday 28th June: 11am - 12.30pm

The Nines, Copeland Estate, Peckham (Just behind the Bussey building)

Tix: ?8 for one adult, ?14 for two, with up to 2 little people admitted free per adult!


Advance tickets recommended from http://nimblearts.co.uk/?page_id=1230

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Just two weeks to go until the next Nimble Tots disco, and we're busy testing out 90s retro classics in our kitchen, getting the bubbles revved up for action, and designing some DIY britpop finger puppets for over at the craft table! There are still tickets available, we suspect they may well out in advance (if not, they'll be available at the door and I'll keep it updated here) - find out more, and book your ticket at http://nimblearts.co.uk/?page_id=1230.
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Just 30 tickets left (adults and children) so if you're thinking of joining us this Sunday, do get your booking in! Here at Nimble Arts HQ, most of the afternoon will be spent trying to fashion prototype lolly stick puppets of Jarvis Cocker ready for our craft area :D


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Ten tickets left for tomorrow's disco - online sales close at 10pm tonight (when I'll hopefully be catching some zeds ready for some serious dancing tomorrow!), and any left after that will be available on the door first-come-first-serve, but I'll pop a note up on here if we are sold out!


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