It’s Teddy Time at Welwyn Garden City theatre

21:00 01 February 2014

Teddy Time 2 is coming to the Hawthorne Theatre in Welwyn Garden City

Teddy Time 2 is coming to the Hawthorne Theatre in Welwyn Garden City

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Following a sell-out visit with the original Teddy Time Stories, Lily and her cuddly friends are back at the Hawthorne Theatre, in Welwyn Garden City, on Sunday with their charming children’s show Teddy Time 2.

Are you ready for a story? It’s bedtime for Lily and she knows that bedtime is never fun without a story.

With a little bit of help from her magical storybook, audiences will be transported into the enchanting world of Lily’s imagination as she creates a special show for her teddy bears.

Take your own teddy bear along to the show and join in as Lily transforms her bedtime into Teddy Time, performing two of her favourite children’s classics The Ugly Duckling and Little Red Riding Hood.

Beautiful puppets are used to tell the stories, while the audience learns some magical actions and sings along to their favourite children’s songs with Lily.

The show is suitable for children aged three to seven and their friends and families.

There are shows at 11am and 2pm. Tickets are £7, with concessions for Zebra Card members and family groups.

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