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The Herd Theatre present

DUCKLINGS

  • A festive re-imagining of The Ugly Duckling
  • 17 December 2019 - 5 January 2020
  • The Studio

Sometimes being young is hard and you just can’t wait to grow up.

You’ll be happy, you’ll be beautiful, you’ll fly. Right?

Every Christmas Swan School puts on a show, a glorious display of power, grace and flight.. Spruce is practising hard. Sidney’s just splashing.

A hilarious new show from The Herd Theatre, celebrating friendship, failure, and the magic of being young!

A fairy light filled treat with original music and songs for ages 4 - 7.

 

Ducklings was commissioned by and developed with Hull Truck Theatre for a co-production with The Herd Theatre in 2018.

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  • Event Information
  • VENUE: The Studio

    PERFORMANCE DATES: Tuesday 17 December 2019 - Sunday 5 January 2020

    PERFORMANCE TIMES:  1.30pm Tuesday - Saturday and 2.30pm on Sundays  View all times & dates

    RUNNING TIME: 50 minutes, no interval

    TICKET INFORMATION: Adults £13 / £11 Concessions / Under 10s £6.50

    BOOK TICKETS: Book online or call Box Office 0161 833 9833.

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  • Accessible Performances
  • ACCESSIBLE PERFORMANCES:

    Sat 21 Dec 1.30pm, Thurs 26 Dec 3.30pm, Sun 29 Dec 2.30pm, Sat 4 Jan 1.30pm.

    These performances are for families specifically with neurodiverse children who might have involuntary verbal or physical tics. The event will start with a touch tour. All performances of DUCKLINGS are Relaxed

    DOWNLOAD THE DUCKLINGS SOCIAL STORY

  • 'If you have young children, then taking fifty minutes out of your Christmas shopping to spend them in the company of these charming characters would be time well-spent—and I can confirm that it is fun for a lone adult as well.' David Chadderton, British Theatre Guide

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