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The Snow Cat at Yuletide

Saturday, December 17

A festive Christmas show , The Snow Cat at Yuletide is an enchanting story from an Icelandic traditional tale. If we all work together, we can make incredible things happen, however if we stray from the path we may get a visit from some unwanted guests. Will the Snow Cats visit bind everyone together? Will mischief and mayhem from some rather cheeky elves get in the way, and can the village pull together to make sure nothing or no-one goes astray. With incredible puppets, magical characters and a fantastic soundtrack, our winter season show will take you on a journey unlike any other.

For more info or to book: https://stiltskin.org.uk/soapbox-childrens-theatre-devonport-box-office/

SUITABLE FOR: 4 to 94 years (Younger siblings welcome and children under 18 months are FREE)

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