Goldilocks & The Three Bears

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Goldilocks & The Three Bears

Axis, Saturday 16th February 2019

For the first time ever, the much loved story of Goldilocks & The Three Bears comes to the stage in an unforgettable live production of song and laughter.

Goldilocks and The Three Bears, Ruff the dog and Mr Bunny, perform live on stage in this exciting and fun-filled musical production. The popular tale takes many twists and turns along the way and features new characters and hopefully a happy ever after. Kids will learn that music can be found everywhere as they sing and dance to all their favourite songs. Throughout the show there are interactive moments that children and parents alike can enjoy. Watch your kids take part in action songs like Heads shoulders knees and toes, If you're happy and you know it and I'm a little teapot as well as many other all family favourites. With different adventures for every characters, the show will have parents and children laughing playing and singing. Featuring fantastic costumes, an amazing stage set and colourful lighting, it will be an experience for all the family to remember and cherish.

Booking & Info: + 353 1 883 2100.


Date:
Saturday 16th February 2019
Address:
Axis Art Centre and Theatre, Main St, Ballymun, Dublin, Ireland

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