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a short musket of wide bore with a flared muzzle

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It's not easy to keep such a young audience in their seats, but the Blunderbus team engaged and enthralled them with music and the clever telling of a beautiful children's story.
The sharpshooter turned blunderbus missed four gilt-edged early chances that would have had the champions on the rampage.
Blunderbus theatre company bring The Owl Who Was Afraid of the Dark, right, to Middlesbrough Town Hall on Sunday, November 1.
Sadly, both dear old Blunderbus and I have recently failed our MOTs after 15 years together, and I'm unable to oblige.
This delightful new show, designed for three to seven year-olds, comes from Blunderbus and mixes music, puppetry and sing-along songs.
THEATRE/SHOWS ABERYSTWYTH: Aberystwyth Arts Centre (01970 623232), How To Catch A Star: Blunderbus Theatre (Ages 3-7).
He takes the free-kicks and corners, dives in as defensive cover, strikes 40-yard crossfield passes, and hits blunderbus shots.
By chance, the Blunderbus Theatre Company was visiting the school with a play about multi-culturalism.
Children's theatre company Blunderbus bring their production of The Owl Who Was Afraid of the Dark to life with live music, handcrafted puppets and spell-binding storytelling.
There's more outdoor theatre for families in August with My Pet Monster and Me from Blunderbus, the company that brought Dotty the Dragon and Hugless Douglas to the LBT.
SWANSEA: Taliesin Arts Centre (01792 602060), How To Catch A Star: Blunderbus Theatre (Ages 3-7).
The haul included a replica gun antique musket, a flintlock Blunderbus gun, percussion military pistol, flintlock Dawson pistol complete with rod and Enfield percussion rifle and a Luffwaffe helmet.
Children's theatre company Blunderbus is bringing its production of the story - aimed at youngsters aged three to seven - to Middlesbrough Town Hall on Sunday, November 1, at 11.
Produced by the Blunderbus eatre Company, Hugless Douglas can be see in the Lawrence Batley eatre Courtyard on Saturday, August 23, and Sunday, August 24, at 11am and 2pm.
CWMBRAN: Congress Theatre (01633 868239), Dotty The Dragon: Blunderbus Theatre Company (Ages 3-7).