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There’s always a lot of excitement down here in Brighton when there’s a Mr Pineapple Head show on the cards. If you’ve never heard of him, he’s a proper old-school silent clown whose silliness and slapstick never fail to whip small children into a frenzy of excited hilarity. Book tickets for his latest show at newish venue The Emporium on 21st September now. Adult tickets cost £7, children over 2 are £5. See you there!FavoriteLoadingAdd to favorites

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