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Edition No. 107

Date:- 12 July 2003

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ANYONE FOR TENNIS? 

YOUNGSTERS who think they could the next Roger Federer or Serena Williams are being the chance to serve up aces as part of the city council's award-winning Junior Tennis programme this summer.

Coaching clinics are taking place at Liverpool Tennis Centre in Wavertree every Saturday, and a programme of summer camps will operate for five hours a day during the school holidays - at half the usual cost.

The Saturday sessions cost just £1 and the summer camps cost £2 for half a day or £3 for the whole day. Mini-tennis is on offer for under 9s and junior tennis for older children aged up to 16, with youngsters from all areas of the city welcome.

Tennis Development Officer David Simms said:- "If this country is to develop world-class players we need to broaden the base of tennis as widely as possible. If we can inspire kids to pick up a racket then we may be able to produce champions of the future."

Youngsters wanting to improve their backhand and volley shots can register by calling Liverpool Tennis Centre on 0151 733 3264.

Adult coaching courses are also available with classes at Liverpool Tennis Centre on Mondays at 7pm and 8pm, and at Mersey Bowmen Tennis Club in Sefton Park on Sundays at 5pm. The cost is £2 per session.

The city council's tennis development programme is now in its tenth year and is one of the biggest and most successful of its type in the world.

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KENWRIGHT PREPARES FOR CHRISTMAS 03

Specially remolded for the Empire's Christmas season, and heralding the return after 10 years' absence of the legendary Tommy Steele, Bill Kenwright presents Scrooge for a limited run only.

Don't miss Ebenezer Scrooge, Bob Cratchit, Tiny Tim, the ghosts of Christmas past, present and future and a whole host of Dickensian characters in the award-winning, international smash hit musical Scrooge!

Based on the hugely successful motion picture that starred Albert Finney and
Alec Guinness, Oscar nominee Leslie Bricusse's musical promises to bring the
best loved Christmas story of all time to glorious life at the Empire Theatre. 

Britain's favorite all-round entertainer Tommy Steele, star of such Hollywood hits as' The Happiest Millionaire', 'Finian's Rainbow' and the legendary 'Half A Sixpence', plays Ebenezer Scrooge in a performance that
will surely stand alongside his mega stage hits like 'Singin' In The Rain' and 'Hans Christian Anderson'.

"THIS BREATHLESS SOAR AWAY SHOW IS MAGNIFICENT" The Daily Express

Tuesday 9 December 2003 - Saturday 18 January 2004 

Liverpool Empire Theatre On sale now

To book tickets call Ticketmaster on:-
0870 606 3536 (booking fee applicable)
Group Bookings:- 0151 708 3232

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