Bosco’s Magical Christmas and Cinderella

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Bosco’s Magical Christmas and Cinderella

Axis, Sunday 16th December 2018

Bosco is Bosco. not a boy, not a girl, just a Bosco: a cheeky, lovely, funny, slightly-cracked, irrepressible, eternal five-year old who lives in a box and who loves nothing more than to just be Bosco and meet all the boys and girls. After starring on Irish TV for three decades, you'll see why Bosco remains a firm favourite for each new generation. Enjoy the story of Cinderella through this completely interactive live experience in celebration of Bosco's 40th anniversary.

Paula Lambert has been travelling the country for the last 40 years – in the early years with her father Eugene Lambert and their many beloved characters from RTÉ – bringing Puppet Theatre to the children of Ireland for the first time. Eugene was founder of Ireland's first and only Puppet theatre. Paula now tours with third generation puppeteer Johnny Lambert.


Date:
Sunday 16th December 2018
Time:
1.00pm
Price:
€10
Address:
Axis Art Centre and Theatre, Main St, Ballymun, Dublin, Ireland

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