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Pier 8, Salford Quays, Manchester, M50 3AZ
Ended 26 Nov 2011 after 4 days
Sheer theatrical magic. Go see The Snowman and melt!
One winter morning a little boy named James wakes up to find that everything outside has turned snow-white. Overjoyed, James rushes downstairs and into the garden, where he begins to build a snowman.
James sleeps fitfully, and at midnight he wakes up and decides to check on his snowman. He opens the back door... he can't believe his eyes... The snowman has come to life!
James finds himself face to face with a smiling snowman, who with a polite doff of his hat introduces himself and marks the beginning of magical friendship and marvellous adventure
Watch spellbound as The Snowman and James literally fly through the night sky above you before escaping the clutches of the evil Jack Frost, before partying with Father Christmas and snowy friends including those comical penguins!
Suitable for all children aged two and upwards, this is a captivating mix of dance, stagecraft and music. Featuring a live orchestra, it is the perfect introduction to dance for the very young.
Opening night: 22 November 2011
Closing night: 26 November 2011
The Snowman is suitable for all children aged two and upwards, this is a captivating mix of dance, stagecraft and music from a live orchestra. It is the perfect introduction to dance and theatre for the very young or a Christmas family day out.
1 hour 50 minutes with one 15 minute intermission.
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