There are 2 scheduled performances: 1.45 p.m. and 3.45 p.m. (performance lasts 50 minutes) and a FREE workshop at 2.45 p.m (lasting 30 minutes) for those attending a performance. The workshop is suitable for ages 6 - 10 years.
Adults go free if accompanying a child, i.e. one adult per child
This production explores the traditions surrounding Christmas, uncovering what Christmas really means and discovering the true spirit of Christmas. It looks at the themes of charity, love, family and hope, leaving the audience asking themselves what Christmas means to them. It is a joyful yet reflective production.
A free workshop, for those attending a performance, is being held along-side the show. The ‘What does Christmas mean to you?’ workshop explores our own festive traditions and what we believe makes Christmas magic. It includes lots of festive games and play and then the creation of short performances stimulated from the ideas arising from the workshop.
Moon On A Stick are a multidisciplinary company creating visually engaging
theatre through a unique fusion of puppetry, physical theatre and storytelling.
With a team of wonderful associates and run by artistic director Alice Sillett, Moon On A Stick has gone from strength to strength.
Tickets available from The Milton Rooms, or telephone 01653 696240