Come and join us at The Old Chapel for a new puppet show, The Snow Queen, with optional puppet making workshop. Suitable for children ages 4-12 and their parents, carers and families.
Two performances at 1130 & 1500
The Snow Queen
The Toy Maker is in his workshop, making toys for the children when all of a sudden they come to life to tell the story of The Snow Queen.
Follow Gerda on her adventures as she sets out to rescue her brother Kai from the evil Snow Queen who is holding him prisoner in her ice palace and meet the magical creatures who help her on her mission.
Watch Paul Batten of Theatrix Arts perform this magical story through puppets, changing scenery, music and sound effects. Then meet the puppets and create your very own Puppet of a character from the show!
Trained at Bristol Old Vic Theatre School, Artistic Director of Theatrix Arts, Paul Batten has worked for many years in the theatre and entertainment industry. working as a Puppeteer and Maker Production Manager, Designer for many events large-scale outdoor site-specific events. In his career, Paul has also had the opportunity of touring with several different Theatre companies and music groups, both nationally and internationally, He also finds time to teach in theatre production.
Audience feedback from other shows
Paul is an absolutely wonderful performer! My daughters adored him and had lots of fun interacting with him during the amazing show”.
“Absolutely brilliant show A Dragons Tale this weekend for our 26th Victorian weekend in Robin Hoods Bay. Laughing all the way through, couldn’t recommend any more!”
“Brilliant. Just been to see A Dragon’s Tale, the children loved it, grown ups too!”
“A Dragon’s Tale – Lovely little puppet show – my five year old laughed a lot. Nice little puppet making activity after too which is a great idea.”
“Paul is an absolutely wonderful performer! My daughters adored him and had lots of fun interacting with him during the amazing show”. Interactive show for all the family to be involved in followed by puppet making workshop
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