This show has been rescheduled from 2020 owing to our closure during the coronavirus outbreak.
Original date: 27 May 2020
The new date is 7 Apr 2021, 2pm
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A family show inspired by the works of Roald Dahl
All around the world Roald Dahl’s words are disappearing, not only from books but children’s minds too!
Now only an organisation known as the ancient guild of tale tenders can save the stories – and they need your help.
Roald Dahl and the Imagination Seekers is a theatrical and interactive experience, especially made for all the family to enjoy.
It’s a thrilling story delivered through performance, games and creative play that explores Roald Dahl’s extraordinary stories, including Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, The BFG and The Twitsalong the way.
Get Lost and Found have been specially commissioned by Puffin Books to create a new interactive Children’s Theatre show Based on the works of the worlds number one story teller Roald Dahl. This production is the only interactive show licensed by the Roald Dahl literary estate to tour.
Recommended Age 5+
Running Time: 60mins
|7 Apr 2021||2:00pm||£11.50 - £13.50||Book Now|
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