The Star Child / Y Plentyn Seren by Oscar Wilde.

Two woodcutters are lost on a cold winter’s night…
Reason to be fearful indeed…
But it doesn’t do to be always looking down – even in a crisis. And when the woodcutters turn their gaze skywards they see something miraculous; a star shooting to Earth.
A gift? Gold? Or is it something far more precious than that?

Discover for yourself and join the adventure of The Star Child as he navigates through pride and selfishness and embarks on the most important journey of all.

Storyteller Milly Jackdaw presents the story with her usual theatricality and with the assistance of her Magical Hat Box from which emerges a snowy cottage, a golden cloak, a tattered beggar, stars and jewels and musical things.
Enough to tickle your imagination and bring to life a whole universe.

Just the thing to warm you up on a winter’s day!
For Children age 5 and over.
Children must be accompanied by an adult.


Family ticket covers 2 adults, 2 children.

Starts 3pm. Café will be open before performance and until 4.30 for drinks and cake.

Online ticket sales for this event are closed.

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