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The Owl Who Was Afraid Of The Dark

17 Dec to 24 Dec
Enchanting family theatre this Christmas at Winchester Discovery Centre.

Blunderbus theatre return this Christmas with another enchanting children's production of The Owl Who Was Afraid of the Dark at Christmas.

From the classic children's book by Jill Tomlinson, this tale is written for age 3-7 and their grown-ups.

With an irresistible blend of live music, poetry and storytelling, join Plop the baby barn owl as he journeys into the night time world of campfires, fireworks and moonlit aventures.

Tickets £8 each or four for £28

December 17th - 4.30pm

December 18th - 4.30pm

December 19th - 11am, 3pm, 5pm

December 20th - 11am, 3pm

December 21st - 11am, 3pm

December 22nd - 11am, 3pm, 5pm

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