Glisten

Glisten

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Glisten is an interactive performance for babies aged 0 to 18 months and their grown-ups.

The audience are taken on a gentle and immersive journey exploring the world of reflective materials, wrapped up in a soundscape of evocative yet laid-back music.

Watch as the empty space of the theatre fills with colour, sounds and surprises, creating a sensory landscape ready to explore after the performance is over

Duration: 30 Minutes with no interval

  • Sat 31 Mar 10:30 AM £6 (adults plus FREE child - £4/extra child)
  • Sat 31 Mar 1:30 PM £6 (adults plus FREE child - £4/extra child)
  • Sat 31 Mar 3:30 PM £6 (adults plus FREE child - £4/extra child)

Book Tickets

  • Sat 31 March 10:30 AM
  • Sat 31 March 1:30 PM
  • Sat 31 March 3:30 PM

Tickets are £6 (Adult plus FREE child) and £4 for a second child.

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