THE BEAR (Based on the book by Raymond Briggs)

Time and Venue

Venue
Albany Theatre, Albany Road, Coventry CV5 6JQ
Start
04/03/2020, 13:30
End
04/03/2020, 15:00
THE BEAR (Based on the book by Raymond Briggs)

Ever wondered what it would be like to sit on a polar bear's lap? Or ride on its back? Have you ever tried to give a bear a bath? Looking after a bear is exhausting stuff.
 
One night when Tilly is fast asleep, an enormous snowy white bear climbs into her bedroom…
With dazzling puppetry, delicious music, dreamy storytelling, and dozens of laughs, 'The Bear' is an unforgettable experience for the whole family and a perfect introduction to theatre for little people.

Tickets: £12 adult £10 child | Suitable for all ages
 

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