The Enchanted Wintergarden, Cottiers Theatre, 31 January, 2015
Cottiers, 93-95 Hyndland Street G11 5PU
0141 357 5825
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Enter the Enchanted Wintergarden. ‘The King and Queen of the Wintergarden are fed up with silence, the only sound they hear is each others’ voices, and they’ve been married for over a thousand years. One day, on hearing a beautiful sound, they capture a young musician. She is imprisoned to play for them for ever. It’s left up to her guardian, a humble magician, to set out on a quest to rescue his young apprentice.
Plenty of magic, daring feats and some fantastic equestrian and canine performances, courtesy of the amazing Les Amis d’Onno – the premier Equine-Canine stunt team in the UK.’
A spectacular NEW family show that weaves music & magic, daring feats, wild wolves and sparkling unicorns into a fantastical winter fairytale.
This show brings real performing horses and dogs into theatre venues to thrill and entertain audiences of all ages.
Performance Dates & Times:
31 January 2015 – 1:00 – 2:00 pm
31 January 2015 – 3:30 pm – 4:30
Tickets £10 (inc. booking fee)
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