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Arnold’s Big Adventure Production in Prestwich July 2016

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Arnold's Big Adventure

The £4.6 million refurbishment of The Met in Bury may be well underway however… the show must go on! A new production is set to take place in July for families to enjoy in an outdoor setting.

A production of Arnold’s Big Adventure will be taking place at St Mary’s Flower Park, Prestwich with three shows being held on Saturday 7th July 2016.

Arnold's Big Adventure

Arnold’s Big Adventure features beautiful shadow puppetry, wonderful original music to sing along to and plenty of thrilling surprises along the way. It’s an intimate, interactive production that’s perfect for a child’s first theatre experience and with plenty for parents to enjoy too. Devised, performed and produced by children’s theatre specialist Tessa Bide, who’s performance of The Tap Dancing Mermaid at The Met during February half term delighted audiences.

Gather under the branches for the biggest day in the woodland calendar, Drop Day! Arnold the acorn is about to drop from his tree and begin his amazing adventure in search of somewhere to put down his roots. Join Arnold as his story flies in the wind, wiggles across the land and splashes into the sea… Who will he meet along the way and will he ever find the perfect spot to call home?

Arnold's Big Adventure

Arnold’s Big Adventure is suitable for children aged 3 – 10 years and their grown-ups. The production of Arnold’s Big Adventure will last approximately 45 minutes. Shows are at 11.30am, 2pm and 3.30pm with tickets on sale now priced at £7. Go to www.themet.biz, call 0161 761 2216 or visit The Met’s temporary box office at Tourist Information at The Fusilier Museum, Bury.

If you wish to donate to the refurbishment of The Met, you can purchase of a seat in the theatre by visiting http://themet.biz/better/have-a-seat/. Or donate to the  £5 campaign (Donate by text: To send £5 right now text BMAA01 £5 to 70070.)

1 comment

Jenny @ thebrickcastle June 12, 2016 - 3:56 pm

It’s great they aren’tt stopping because of the refurb – and I’m sure it’ll be more exciting actually! 😀

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