Come and sit by the fire for a wintry tale with live music and magic, puppets and projections and a beautiful miniature theatre packed full of delights at YMCA Northumberland this December.
The Snow Bear is inspired by Norwegian folk tales and tells the story of a polar bear who is a carried away from his Arctic home. We join him on his adventures as he encounters mischievous elves, goblins and trolls. But will the friendly Tomten’s magic help him find his way back to his home?
The family show has been created and performed by Chris Bostock with storyteller and multi-instrumentalist Ken Patterson, and musicians Janet Longbottom and Willy Houwen.
The Show will take place on Saturday 8th December 2018, at YMCA Northumberland, with the performance commencing at 3pm but with festive activities from 2pm. Tickets are priced at £5 but it is advisable to book early as there is a limited supply.
The Snow Bear is a special show in which all the characters are brought to life with mesmerising storytelling, puppets and shadows. It features lots of original songs to sing and wonderful music played on cello, tuba, accordion, ukulele and steel tongue drum.
For more information and to book tickets visit www.ymcanorthumberland.org.uk/events/the-snow-bear or pop into the YMCA or call: 01670 857167.