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Bank Holiday Children’s Theatre in Baysgarth Park

The Adventures of Walter Lemonface is a fun-filled experience for the whole family, and you are invited to join Walter – adventurer, fearless inventor and connoisseur of carrots – as he hunts for rhubarb ogres, battles with ghosts and finds a new adventure around every corner. And the best part? You decide what he does and where he goes!

Bringing together storytelling, music and live animation, The Adventures of Walter Lemonface happens in real-time and each adventure is different as the audience – of all ages – get to shout out what they’d like Walter to do next. The only limit is your imagination and Walter loves nothing more than a new challenge of a costume, or a weird and wonderful land that is created for him to explore. See Walter’s adventures come to life on the pop-up cinema screen in Baysgarth Park on Sunday, August 28 at 11am, 12.30pm and 2pm.

There is a maximum number of 25 free places for each show that can be booked by calling 01652 660380.  There will also be a craft activity to complement the theatre.Walter 13


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