Luna

@ The Hullabaloo

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08 December 2018 - 29 December 2018

Tickets from £7 - £10

Join us this Christmas for Luna, a magical first time theatre experience about friendship, the moon and being brave in the dark for 2-5 year olds and their families.

Luna is bored up in the sky with no-one to play with. Although she is surrounded by stars, they never quite understand her – it’s very lonely being the only moon.

One night, as she’s racing among the stars, she spots a young boy hiding from the shadows in his bedroom. Billy and his favourite toy, Pig, don’t like dark and do all they can to distract themselves from the scary shadows.

Luna decides to slide down from the sky to make friends with Billy. Together they go on a wondrous adventure of light and dark to help him overcome his fear of the night time.

With original live music this captivating play about friendship and bravery is a wonderful introduction to theatre for young children.

Theatre Hullabaloo present Luna in association with Theatr Iolo

Please note that the 1.30pm performance on Wednesday 19th December is a BSL interpreted performance.

Venue
The Hullabaloo
Borough Road
Darlington
County Durham
DL1 1SG

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