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Vegetarian roadshow at theatre
Fruit and vegetables
The roadshow will offer advice on vegetarian diets and nutrition
A campaigning vegetarian group is celebrating its 10th birthday with a roadshow in Brighton on Saturday.

Vegetarians International Voice for Animals (Viva!) will be offering free food tastings and advice on changing to a vegetarian diet or improving one.

There will be talks on vegetarian food for mothers and mothers-to-be and Viva! even says it can tell visitors how going veggie can lead to better sex.

The roadshow is at Komedia theatre and cabaret bar in Gardner Street.

Saving animals

"This is essentially a fun day out which is a celebration of veggie living," said Juliet Gellatley, director of Viva!

"For the increasing numbers of people who want to find out more about improving their health, saving animals and protecting the environment, this will entertain and help."

The roadshow is travelling to cities all over the UK, culminating in a show at London's Wembley Conference Centre in November 2005.

Viva! has offices in the UK, USA and Poland.




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