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Normanton on Trent Village Hall

Postcode: NG23 6RQ

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The Little Maid Who Danced to Every Mood

Show Details

Presented by Northumberland Theatre Company

Performance date and time
Friday, 7th December 2018
7:30 PM

Grouchy farmers, flamenco dancing pigeons, a handsome prince, a pugnacious princess. This fast and funny pocket-sized family show captures the charm and enchantment of Helena Nyblom's 100-year-old Scandinavian children's adventure to perfection.

Well served by Northumberland Theatre's brilliant humour, fabulously silly dance routines and lovely and catchy singing, here our funky heroine challenges the idea of the traditional princess as she journeys to find her true place in the world. Is the life of a princess something our young adventurer really wishes for? Or does she just want to dance?

A brilliant, creative, energetic and very funny fantasy: an hour and a half of happily suspended disbelief.

Part of the Live & Local Launchpad CYP programme (firing the imagination of children and young people).

'NTC's productions may be small-scale and done on a shoestring but they are backed by a team which can match anything done by much bigger theatres.' The Guardian

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Running time
90 min + interval

Audience Type

Age Range

Ticket Prices
£10.00 Standard / £5.00 Under 12

Main Box Office Telephone Number

Available From
Gemma 07595354383 or Becca 07793750205

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This performance is supported by:

Arts Council, England