Tarvin Community Centre
Hargrave Church Field
Coach Pickup - Opposite Park Close
Tarvin Community Centre
By Sue Hardacre - 20th February 2014 6:00am
What Became of the Red Shoes?
The first of our productions sponsored by Cheshire Rural Touring Arts will be at the Community Centre on Saturday March 8th starting at 4.00pm.
The performance will last about one hour.
Suitable for children from 3 years, this delightful tale follows Ruby, who explores her Granny Flo's attic one rainy day and discovers forgotten treasures including an old grey picture of a girl wearing RED shoes! On her magical journey, Ruby meets a pirate, a grumpy snowman and even has a trip into space.
The new production is by the talented Little Pixie Productions and is accompanied, not only by songs and dances, but also by a beautiful illustrated picture book, which will be available for sale.
To find out more about the company go to www.littlepixieproductions.co.uk
The tickets for this production are £3.00 for children and £5 for adults. They will be available from the Post Office, though they can also be bought on the door. It is helpful to the Committee if tickets can be purchased in advance, though they realise that the social lives of little ones can be quite flexible!
We are delighted to continue to bring first class children's theatre to Tarvin. We hope that this chance to see a live performance will become a lifelong habit, and not just for productions in the Community Centre!
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