Treehouse Theatre  The Gingerbread Man

Treehouse Theatre will entertain pre-schoolers with their Story Box of The Gingerbread Man. This timeless classic is brought to life by the children as they follow in the footsteps of the Gingerbread Man. There are plenty of farmyard songs to join in with and children will love this interactive storytelling.

Children's event aimed at pre-schoolers.

Free event, but places need to be booked in advance through the Dorchester Library and Learning Centre.

https://www.dorsetforyou.gov.uk/article/4706/Dorchester-Library-and-Learning-Centre

 

Listing Details

Friday 20th October 10.30-11.30

Venue

Dorchester Library and Learning Centre

Ticket Prices

Children (under 16): £0.00

Booking

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