If you are going to bring your child, grandchild or best mate along to Tales of Birbal on November 3rd then you will get a craft session as well – free of charge!
The show is part of the Big Imaginations Festival of Children’s Theatre, and this creative extra is all part of the fun. Cheshire Rural Touring Arts have acquired the services of local artist Andy Leigh who will have all the material to produce some of the items featured in the show. I think crows might feature!
If you have tickets you can come along about 5.00pm and join in the fun with Andy before the show starts at 6.00pm.
Tickets for the show are very much available both online and at the Post Office and are priced at £6 for grown-ups and £4 for children. Promoter Sue Hardacre says “It seems that people are taking a bit of time to make up their minds, but I am sure that this colourful production of tales from India will entertain”
A comment from a parent who has recently seen the show says in a Facebook post to Mashi Theatre “Just wanted to drop a quick note to say how fantastic the show was!! I came to see you today at Melton Library, with my three year old and six year old daughters, and we all LOVED the show! Thank you!”
Sue says, “The show is advertised for 5/6 year olds, but this sounds that even younger children will enjoy it”
Go to www.ticketsource.co.uk/cheshireruraltouringarts to make sure of your place and plan to have tea a bit earlier and join in the fun.