If you go down to the woods adventure with Vital Spark

29 May 201810.30am -12pm£10 per child. (Younger siblings welcome - under 2s are free)
Wandlebury Country ParkTheatre

 

Some of your fairytale favourites combined in this playful adventure. An outdoor adventure at Wandlebury Country Park which brings imagination to life through drama, craft and storytelling.

For 2-6 years, children must be accompanied by an adult for this adventure (includes a snack – please advise if you have specific dietary requirements on booking). Please dress appropriately. Meet at The Stable Rooms.

To book email katherine@vitalsparktheatre.org

This event is at
Wandlebury Country Park

Booking enquiry

Your name

Your email address

Your telephone no

Your postcode

Number of adults

Number and ages of children

Join our mailing list to be notified of similar events (Read our privacy policy)

Your booking is not confirmed until we contact you


Comments

Similar events

25th Jul
in situ: Hamlet at The Leper Chapel

Join insitu: theatre company at the Leper Chapel - Shapkespeare's Hamlet as it's never been seen before!

30th Jun
in situ open air theatre: the ghost in me

in situ, Cambridge’s environmental theatre company, brings an original production developed by director Bella Stewart - ‘the ghost in me – haunted selves, lost sounds and old futures’ to be performed in the open air setting of Wandlebury Country Park.

29th Jun
in situ open air theatre: the ghost in me

in situ, Cambridge’s environmental theatre company, brings an original production developed by director Bella Stewart - ‘the ghost in me – haunted selves, lost sounds and old futures’ to be performed in the open air setting of Wandlebury Country Park.

28th Jun
in situ open air theatre: the ghost in me

in situ, Cambridge’s environmental theatre company, brings an original production developed by director Bella Stewart - ‘the ghost in me – haunted selves, lost sounds and old futures’ to be performed in the open air setting of Wandlebury Country Park.

Cambridge Past, Present & Future are pleased to be working with Cambridge web designers ibe, who kindly donated the design of this site.

www.ibecreative.co.uk

Back to top