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Performance in the Park – the Emperor’s New Clothes

This bright and colourful show features four stories by Hans Christian Andersen.

“The Little Fir Tree” starts the journey into the world of magic followed by “The Tinder Box” with all the colourful characters – kings, queens, witches, dogs with eyes the size of mill house wheels and more than you could ever image.

And what of “The Ugly Duckling”, a story that has stood the test of time.  Last, but by no means least, is “The Emperor’s New Clothes”, a comic end to an hour long performance that will have you singing, laughing and applauding all at the same time.

The performance takes place on Sunday, August 24, in front of Baysgarth House Museum and starts at 2pm.  Admission is free.


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