Luna, a play for children about how to stop being afraid of the dark at Saffron Hall
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Luna, a play for children aged two to five about being brave in the dark, is at Saffron Hall on November 14 and 15, Luna (the moon) played by Tamara Saffir, is bored with being in the sky with no one to play with. It is also lonely being the only moon.
Luna, a play for children aged two to five, about being brave in the dark, is at Saffron Hall on November 14 and 15.
Luna (the moon) played by Tamara Saffir, is bored with being in the sky and having with no one to play with. It is also lonely being the only moon.
One night she sees Billy (Jack Lloyd) hiding from shadows in his bedroom walls because he is afraid of them.
They become friends and together they go on an adventure of light and dark to help him overcome his fear of the nighttime.
With music played by Emily Atkinson, this is a family show from Theatre Hullabaloo, based on a story by Miranda Thwain.
The show is 45 minutes long, shows on Wednesday, November 14 at 1.30pm, Thursday, November 14 at 10.30am. Tickets £10 and half price for under 18s, from 0845 548 7650 or www.saffronhall.com or Tourist Information 01799 524002.
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