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Little Live Stories come to gardens of Armley theatre

Interplay Theatre has issued a special invitation for families to join them for ‘The Adventures of Walter Lemonface’ and ‘Mustacha’s Apprentice’ next week.

‌The event will take place on Thursday 30th July 2020, in the gardens of Interplay Theatre on Armley Ridge Road in Armley.

It will consist of a 25-minute live story experience with live music and animation, ‘The Adventures of Walter Lemonface’, by 154 Collective .

There will also be a 25-minute story workshop, ‘Mustacha’s Apprentice’, where you will be invited to make up and play out your own stories.

The event is free.

The stories are ideal for children aged three to 11 years old and their families. A spokesperson said:

“There will be social distancing enforced so you will not be interacting with other families as well as safe practices and use of PPE available to all staff/artists and attendees.
We have a limited number of seats available and due to COVID-19 we have to ensure all households register their time slot beforehand.

“You can come as a household group of up to six people who live in your household or are within your ‘support bubble’.”

Free tickets are available here.


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