@ Queen’s Hall Arts Centre, HexhamBook Now
01 November 2017
1.30pm & 4.30pm
Up to £8.50
[Please note seating for this event is unreserved seating]
Elmer the patchwork elephant loves to make his friends laugh but he’s tired of being different. When he hides his ‘true colours’ and tries to blend in, he discovers, with help from his friends, that he’s happiest just being himself.
Full of original song, audience participation, colourful costumes, come and join Elmer on a vibrant, musical safari through the jungle to celebrate everything that makes us unique.
For ages 3-8 years, Elmer is adapted from the well-loved children’s book, Elmer by David McKee.
Running time: 45 minutes
“From the moment it started the children were captivated and the performers seemed to innately understand just how to communicate with young children, knowing when to involve them and when to just let them watch. Thank you very much.” Kingham Primary School
“I want to be patchwork colour. I never want to be grey. I want to let my true colours shine out!” 3 year old child after watching an Elmer performance.
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