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New Writing North present:
Do Not Enter the Monster Zoo, from the book by Amy
Sparkes and Sara Ogilvie
This is a Durham Book Festival event.
Wednesday 4 October, 10.00am
From the creators of Hey, Presto!, Man on the Moon and
The Worst Princess, comes a mischievous tale that little
monsters everywhere are sure to fall in love with.
The hero of our story has received an invitation to run a
zoo for a day. This zoo seems rather odd, and the keeper
is in a great hurry to leave for his holiday. This zoo is a
mess and the creatures are all misbehaving. This zoo is a
Monster Zoo!
Join us on this exciting adventure to help our young
hero take on a Monster Zoo full of weird and wonderful
creatures. Featuring original live music performed by a
monster band. Suitable for under 7s.
Tickets: £2
Film: Viceroy’s House
Thursday 5 October, 7.30pm
The final Viceroy of India, Lord Mountbatten, is tasked with
overseeing the transition of British India to independence, but meets
with conflict as different sides clash in the face of monumental
change. Cert: 12A running time: 106 mins
Tickets: £5 Advisory: Brief distressing images.
Baroque Theatre present:
Family: The Three Musketeers
Sunday 8 October, 3.00pm
Cry ‘All for one and one for all,’ this winter as we join D’Artagnan
and his friends Porthos, Athos and Aramis, in their quest against
the scheming Cardinal Richelieu. A rip roaring, fast paced,
swashbuckling show ideal for families (ages 5+). Inventive stagecraft,
witty dialogue and with colourful characters from the novel, this
exciting story is brimming with energy and skillful storytelling to keep
audiences captivated. There will be action and romance galore in this
specially commissioned production.
Tickets: £8 / £6 concession / £25 family ticket (2 adults + 2 children)