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Cozumel will be celebrating Mexican Children's Day, next week, with an hilarious mime performance by Vericueto, a world renowned clown from Spain's Canary Islands.

The event will be held on Thursday, April 28th, at the island's museum (2 days before the official day, which is on April 30th).

Vericueto is famous for travelling the world in search of new friendships, taking with him his special nose, which he inherited from his grandfather.

In this brilliant show, Vericueto seeks to exchange his nose for an honest laugh or an emotional tear.

Directed by Daniel Álvarez, and written and performed by Luís Monzón, the act won the prize of Best One Man Show at the 5th Ibero-American Theater Festival in Argentina, in 2009.

The Cozumel event is being organized by the State Government of Quintana Roo and Cozumel's Parks and Museums Foundation.

The clowning about will start at the island's museum on the seafront downtown at 8.30pm on Thursday, April 28th, 2011.

Tickets are available on the door or in advance from the museum or The Coffee café downtown.

Prices in advance: Children 3-12 years: 60 pesos (approx. $5), Adults 13 years+: 80 pesos (approx. $7).

Prices on the door: Children 3-12 years: 70 pesos (approx. $6), Adults 13 years+: 90 pesos (approx. $8).

See our Tourist Information section for more Cozumel Events.

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