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Reynard The Fox

Show Details

Presented by The Fabularium

Performance date and time
Saturday, 8th December 2018
6:00 PM

The tale of Reynard the Fox follows the woodlands most infamous scoundrel who prides himself on being the trickster of the forest. But when the Woodland Court announces the theft of the King’s Crown Jewels the animal kingdom immediately blame the fox. Reynard must do everything he can to prove his innocence and avoid certain death, as well as maintaining his devious persona. Will the gift of his silver tongue be a shade too bright against his roguish red fur to save his own tail?

Reynard the Fox, is a new piece of engaging outdoor theatre for family audiences of all ages, using The Fabularium’s unique aesthetic, strong imagery and all performed upon their traditional wooden cart. It features storytelling, puppetry, original live music and The Fabularium’s bespoke animal headpieces.

Part of the Live & Local Launchpad CYP programme (firing the imagination of children and young people). Produced in association with the Live & Local DART programme (developing artists for rural touring).

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Performer's website
fabularium.co.uk/

Running time
60 mins (No interval)

Audience Type
Family

Age Range
3+

Ticket Prices
£8.00 Standard / £6.00 Under 16 / £25.00 Group

Other Ticket Information
Doors Open 5.30pm

Main Box Office Telephone Number
01673842479

Available From
Garnett's Sweet Shop, Queen Street, Market Rasen and Town Council Office 01673842479 bookingsclerk@marketrasentc.co.uk

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This performance is supported by:

Arts Council, England