It’s easier to feed two mouths than four and the poor woodsman’s empty stomach goes to his head – he gives in to his bony wife and Hansel and Gretel have to be left in the forest, not just once but twice and the second time there won’t be any moonstones to follow back home. Instead they follow their noses to the sugary heart of darkness…

Hansel and Gretel’s journey takes them from a house with empty cupboards and a mother who doesn’t like children to a house made of sweets and someone who just loves children – on toast.

Lyngo serve up a musical theatre treat with their own special recipe of multi-roled performances, captivating songs and haunting imagery.

Approx 70 minutes duration. Suitable for families and children over 4.

Supported by Mill Gate Shopping Centre

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Last session: Thu 24 Dec 2009 at 3:00 PM - This event has now passed
Derby Hall @ The Met

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