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PINK-WIGGED platform poet Sally Crabtree is an ex-world gymnast and is doing for poetry what Olga Korbut did for gymnastics. She brings her cartwheeling poems to Solihull Arts Complex tonight when she will be performing her one-woman show Bed of Roses Love Cafe. Audiences will be treated to edible poetry, a game of poetry bingo and sweet serenades. Tickets 0121 704 6962.

CHEEK BY JOWL'S Russian ensemble is returning to Coventry with Pushkin's lyrical masterpiece Boris Godunov. They will be appearing at Warwick Arts Centre from May 6 for a week-long run. The production is performed in Russian with English surtitles. Box office 024 7652 4524.

X FACTOR winner Steve Brookstein (left) is to appear in the UK tour of award-winning Madness musical Our House. The tour kicks off at Birmingham Rep on May 29.

WOULD-BE musical theatre stars are being urged to apply to take part in Tamworth Arts Club's Seventh Musical Theatre Vocal Competition and be in line to win pounds 1,000 prize money. The competition takes place on July 13 and is open to young people aged 15 and 25. Send a SAE to Anne Goodwin, 6 Albion Street, Tamworth, B79 7JP for an application form or go to

CONNIE FISHER (right) has postponed her UK tour date at the NIA in Birmingham on June 25 because of a clash with recording and filming commitments. Dates will be rescheduled later in the year. Full ticket refunds are available from the point of purchase.
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Publication:Coventry Evening Telegraph (England)
Date:Feb 29, 2008
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