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Drama put into charity abseil.

PEOPLE with a head for heights can get to perform at Stratford's Royal Shakespeare Theatre.

Cancer Research UK is holding the first charity abseil down the side of the theatre on Waterside on December 1.

Joy Cartwright event fundraiser, said: "This is a wonderful opportunity for people to help raise funds for our Childhood Cancer research programme.

"The RSC building is a world famous landmark in Stratford.

"We are thrilled to be able to use the building for this unique abseil

and hope we will get the support of one or two celebrities who will make the make the descent in support of our work."
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Date:Oct 12, 2002
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