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FebFest: Trunk Tales
Wardown House, Museum and Gallery, Old Bedford Road, Luton, UK

Until Wed Feb 19th
Topics : Family, Fun, Music, Theatre

A lady, a Trunk and a collection of stories from around the globe.

An interactive storytelling show designed to unleash the imagination of children from 4 years + (and those of their adults too!) A Trunk is a box for belongings, belongings that have travelled far and wide…. Especially when it belongs to this particular lady…

Join her to share in tales of boastful toads; magical fish and fearsome beasts of the wild woods. Using puppetry and the contents of her magical trunk she will create Arabic seas; epic mountains; fields of turnips and the tallest trees. The children are invited into the performance by creating waves, helping to find a suitor for the mouse bride and even acting out a character or two from the stories.

Age Guidance: 4+
Running Time: 60 minutes (approx.)

Tue 18 Feb, Stopsley Library: 11:30am
Tue 18 Feb, Wardown House, Museum & Gallery: 2:30pm
Wed 19 Feb, Luton Central Library: 11:30am


"Tell Tale Hearts present truly inspiring shows for children that involve the audience in a uniquely thrilling way" - Ian McMillan (poet)Image result for febfest 2020 luton

Trunk Tales is presented by Tell Tale Hearts Theatre as part of FebFest 2020. FebFest is a children’s festival during February Half Term full of stuff to do and things to see in Luton. Click here for more information about other Feb Fest shows and workshops.

About FebFest:

Launched by Full House Theatre in 2014, Luton’s Full House Feb Fest is an arts event for children and young people jam-packed with stuff to do and things to see across The Culture Trust Luton venues.

The Feb Fest shows and workshops have been hand-picked by Full House, bringing the best of the UK’s theatre and creative activities to children and families in Luton this February half term. Book to see great theatre, story-telling, dance and workshops, and why not drop in to the free creative space The Imagination Station too. There’s something for everyone.