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Show DetailsDates: Fri 24 & Sat 25 Nov
Times: Fri 24 Nov - 10.30am & 1.30pm / Sat 25 Nov - 11am & 2pm
Running Time: 50 mins
Age Range: 3+
Theatre of Widdershins presents
Three Billy Goats Gruff & Other Furry Tails
Our Storyteller is on the run from those three-headed monsters, trying to bring you the most fantastic tales from the Magic Land of Three. Are you really sure what happened to the wolf and those three little pigs? What about Goldilocks? Why was she walking in those woods? And as for the three Billy Goats Gruff, how did they really deal with that troll?
All will be revealed in this beautiful show using puppets and props. It’s full of fun and laughter and has an infectious soundtrack that you won’t be able to stop singing long after the show has finished. Suitable for everyone aged 3 and up and their pet trolls.
Alongside the performances of Three Billy Goats Gruff & Other Furry Tails on Saturday 25 November we have a free artist event with children’s book illustrators Pam Smy and Polly Noakes – find out more.
Free Artist Event
Alongside the performances of Three Billy Goats Gruff & Other Furry Tails on Saturday 25 November we have a free artist event with children’s book illustrators Pam Smy (Thornhill; Lob) and Polly Noakes (The Very Long Sleep), whose work is part of Pictures at Play, our current Gallery @ Half Moon exhibition.
Join us at 12pm (after the 11am performance) or 1.15pm (before the 2pm show) and meet the artist!
We have other free children’s book illustrator events on the following days:
Sat 30 Sep, 12pm & 1.15pm: Bridget Marzo (Busy Little World series)
Sat 14 Oct, 11.15am & 12.45pm: Jo Byatt (Busy Little World series)
Sat 28 Oct, 12pm & 1.15pm: John Shelley (Will’s Words; Stone Giant)
Sat 11 Nov, 12pm and 2pm: Julia Woolf (Lazy cat; Giraffe on a Bicycle)
Many of the artists will also be at our Winter Arts Fair on Saturday 2 December.