There's something funny going on in the forest, something very funny indeed! Something has gone missing! Something very important indeed! It isn’t an object, it isn’t an animal. It is something we use every day! We use our first one before we are just 18 months old. It is usually dadda or momma. Can you guess what it is yet? … You got it! Words!
Eva and Irwin set out on an adventure to save the day and they need your help! Meet Suzy Squirrel, Robbie Rabbit and Otis Owl on their journey to find the lost words! Actor Ruth Rundle brings to stage this beautiful tale celebrating English nature. Inspired by the award winning book The Lost Words by Jackie Morris and Robert Macfarlene, Join Eva the Explorer and Irwin the Imp this February half-term to celebrate nature and wild play.
When is it?
The Wandering Words takes place every day during Wirral schools February half-term from Saturday 15 - Sunday 23 inclusive.
How much Is It?
Pre-booked tickets are priced as follows-
Children (under 2 years old) FREE
Children (2 - 16 years old) £6.00
Family ticket (any 4 people) £24.00
These prices include the Wandering Words puppet show and forest hunt, plus the timetabled activities like barrel train and tractor rides.
Your Wandering Words ticket includes a puppet show and scavenger hunt in the forest in addition to the timetabled activities. Farm access for the whole day is included too.
Mon 17 - Sunday 23 Feb 2020
Do I Need To Book?
It's a good idea to book for this event if you want to make sure you get the performance time you need.
There are three performances of The Wandering Words show each day-
11.00am - 12.00pm
12.30pm - 1.30pm
2.00pm - 3.00pm
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