The Snow Queen 2016

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As a strange circus arrives without warning under the grip of the infamous Snow Queen, two friends – Kai and Gerda – are thrown into an icy adventure. Surrounded by peculiar performers, from the Knife Thrower to the Talking Crow, one little girl must take on the Snow Queen to rescue her best friend and bring the sparkle back to the circus.

This Christmas join Hijinx’s community theatre group, Odyssey, as they share a new adaptation by Llinos Mai of Hans Christian Anderson’s classic tale. The Snow Queen features a vibrant cast of disabled and non-disabled performers from Odyssey, pupils from Woodlands High School and beautiful, original music from Tŷ Cerdd.


01 Dec - 03 Dec 2016, 7pm; 03 Dec 2016, 3pm
Weston Studio, Wales Millennium Centre

 

Access Information

Touch tours available 45 minutes before the start of each performance if you call 02920 300 331 at least 24 hours before the tour to book.

Audio Description was available on Friday 02 December, 7pm, with headsets available for collection from the entrance to the Weston Studio. 

 

 

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