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FPW: School's In!

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by Bryony Harrison (subscribe)
Freelance writer and poet from London; if you would like to read my poetry, please check out my book, 'Poems on the Page', available from goo.gl/Ta4oAX.
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Future Pro Wrestling
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It is inevitable that fights always break out in school. Usually they are spontaneous outbursts between rivals that have to be broken up a teacher, with the two offending pupils getting a harsh detention sentence.

In the summer holiday there is a brief respite from this, but shortly term will be starting again. This year, however, keep the kids from getting in a tangle with each other, and let them watch the action from a safe distance.

On the 8th September, Future Pro Wrestling is back because School's In!! FPW was established by three old school friends. Over the last three years, Matt, Lee, and Steve have built up a successful posse of professional British wrestlers with the aim of inspiring a future generation of fans.

Amongst their roster of body slammers and leg twisters you will find Sir Thomas Chamberlain, a descendant of the lauded gentry, and Bagheera, the man cub who was rescued from the jungle at 14. You'll also see The Cockney Crusader, The Mexican Sensation, The Earl of Excellence, and The Disco Devil, as well as many others.

The show will take place at Wallington Hall at 3pm (doors open at 2pm), and will include tag team tournaments, revisited rivalries, and a Championship fight between Chamberlin and The Bollywood Dream.

Tickets are 12 for adults, 8 for children, or 35 for a family ticket.
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Why? Fun for families
When: 8th Sept, 2pm
Phone: 0208 680 2913
Website: www.fpwuk.com
Where: Wallington Hall
Cost: 12 adult, 8 child, 35 family
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