Postcode: CV8 3BDView Map (Lower End, CV8 3BD)
Presented by Badapple Theatre
Performance date and time
Sunday, 15th December 2019
Experts when it comes to festive family favourites (‘The Mice Who Ate Christmas' and 'The Elves and The Carpenter’), this popular North Country theatre troupe return with a tale of woodland animals who must take matters into their own paws. It's a fairy tale with a furry tail! Come along on a comic adventure with a group of creatures who are trying to hibernate but keep waking up because it’s just too warm for them to sleep. They're tired and grumpy and know that the only person who might just be able to save the day and make it snow is the mysterious Snow Dancer. But where can they find Snow Dancer, and will they make it snow? There are two actors on stage alongside puppets and animation, as well as live catchy songs to enjoy. Badapple Theatre's respected creative team are drawn from BBC Radio, TV and regional repertory companies. The story of their success is they tour lots of shows to lots of village venues offering a 'full theatre experience' of stage, lights, sound and excellent performers. Part of the Live & Local Launchpad CYP programme (firing the imagination of children and young people).
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105 mins + interval
£10.50 Standard / £8.50 Under 18 / £8.50 Over 60 / £34.00 Group of 4
Other Ticket Information
Doors open 2.30pm. Parking. Disabled access.
Main Box Office Telephone Number
Margaret: 02476 305 931 or Judith: 024 76 305 164
Light refreshments including cakes. Raffle, parking and disabled access. Doors open 2.30pm.
Venue Accessibility (See Key for more information)
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