WIN tickets to The Star Seekers at Theatre Shop
PUBLISHED: 18:00 26 September 2018 | UPDATED: 08:39 27 September 2018
A galactic tour through the universe will be held in Clevedon next month, and the Times has tickets up for grabs.
The Star Seekers will be performed at Theatre Shop, in Queens Square, on October 14.
The interactive children’s show will explore the mysteries of the galaxy and secrets of the solar system through songs and silliness.
Created by The Wardrobe Ensemble and The Wardrobe Theatre, a trio of intrepid travellers featuring Alph, Betty and Gammo will encounter shooting stars and planets along the way.
A Wardrobe Theatre spokesman said: “The Star Seekers is an interactive show which explores the limitless majesty of galaxies, the solar system, shooting stars and planets through songs, silliness and anti-gravity antics.
“We need Clevedon’s Star Seekers to help us complete our mission and answer one of the greatest unanswered questions of the universe – what do astronauts really have in their packed lunch boxes?”
The Star Seekers is recommended for children aged 3-8 years old and their families.
Previous successful Wardrobe Ensemble family shows include Eliza & The Wild Swans and Edgar & The Land Of Lost.
The group has also created international hit productions including Riot 33, 1972: The Future Of Sex and Eloise & The Curse Of The Golden Whisk.
The performance will begin at 2pm.
Tickets, priced £8, are available online or by calling 03336 663366.
Theatre Shop and the Times have teamed up once again to offer one lucky reader a pair of tickets to see Star Seekers.
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