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Family theatre treat for half term at Arlington Arts Centre

Published: 11 Feb 2014 09:300 comments

A MAGICAL story will entertain youngsters during half-term next week. Isabel’s Well, written for children aged three to seven, tells the tale of a young girl who owns a well leading to a magical underground world.

Story time: Claire Hills, author and artistic director, left, with Fran Tither.

Staged by Topsy Turvy Theatre, it has been written by the company’s artistic director Claire Hills, who has worked in children’s theatre for more than 10 years.

Arlington Arts director Tony Trigwell-Jones said: “Isabel’s Well is a captivating blend

of storytelling, puppetry, original music and enchanting scenery.

“It’s a magical journey into a child’s imagination where anything is possible!”

The production is at 11.30am at the Arlington Arts Centre in Mary Hare School and tickets costing £7 are available from the box office on 01635 244246, online at www.arlingtonarts.co.uk and the Mary Hare Hearing Centre in Weaver’s Walk.

All proceeds will be donated to the Mary Hare national charity for deaf children and young people.

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