Coram Boy in Bristol

For those of you who missed Coram Boy at the National in London a year or two back, it’s coming to Bristol as the Bristol Old Vic’s Christmas Show.  Some of the same production team – Tom Morris and the director, Melly Still are in charge, with a fine cast of professional actors. The difference – apart from it being Bristol not London – is that it will be more of a community show with local choirs, and children playing children. This will be a most exciting new production. Drownings, hangings and Handel. Don’t miss it!

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About jamilagavin

I was born in India and, after a number of incarnations later, began writing books for children. Many many books on, it is still my life.
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12 Responses to Coram Boy in Bristol

  1. Omolade Adebiyi-Zeal says:

    I love your books becuase they are so creative

  2. malakai says:

    HI,my name is malakai im 8 years old i like your books that you wrote.My favrioute was Chris and Joe

  3. lucas says:

    HI our name is lucas/nathan.Thank you for comeing to egal class and sharing your storys with us

  4. charlie says:

    Hi Jamila Gavin,how are you doing today I would like to thank you for signing are tales from India books that you wrote, the stories in it are really good

    • jamilagavin says:

      Hi Charlie! I’m doing fine, thank you, back home in Stroud, Gloucestershire where I live. I was very happy to sign all the copies of my book, “Tales from India,” and glad that you all enjoyed them.

  5. IH jamila gavin how are you today

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