Old MacDonald Had A Farm in Welwyn Garden City

Old MacDonald Had A Farm

Old MacDonald Had A Farm


A fun-filled farmyard tale based on a classic nursery rhyme will be entertaining youngsters and their parents in Welwyn Garden City during the school half-term holiday.

Created by Steven Lee and featuring live action, puppetry and animation, Old MacDonald Had A Farm can be seen at the Hawthorne Theatre on Thursday, February 20 at 2.30pm.

Old MacDonald had a farm but his animals have gone missing.

Can you help a friendly scientist and his amazing time machine get them back for him?

Tickets cost from £8.50, with standard tickets priced at £9.50.

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