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How To Hide A Lion

How To Hide A Lion

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Don’t miss Oxford Playhouse’s and Polka Theatre’s own production of Helen Stephens’ rip-roaring story as it returns to the BT.

When a lion is chased out of town, a young girl helps him find somewhere to hide. It’s not easy – lions are too big, too fluffy and too heavy! Join Iris on a mission to squeeze and squash her furry new friend into a variety of sneaky spots, as Helen Stephens’ magical book comes to life with playful humour, dazzling puppetry and original songs.

Age guideline 3-6

Duration: 1 hour with no interval

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An Oxford Playhouse and Polka Theatre production

Age guideline 3-6

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