Stripey Honey is Very Yummy by Mashi Theatre

Lion Salt Works
10th March 2019

From 11.00am to 11.50am

Aimed at families with children aged 5-10, this touching and funny story tells how tigers, bees and honey collectors learn to live and play together.

As fisher-women leave their boats on the river to collect honey, they look out for roaming tigers.

They climb high into the trees to reach the giant bees, but what happens when the tigers lend them a paw?

Adventure into the jungle with music, song, dance and puppetry, exploring the lives of endangered species who unite to save their homes.

Under-17 £4.50, family tickets available: book at Lion Salt Works in person

or on 01606 275066

or visit www.ticketsource.co.uk/cheshireruraltouringarts

Supported by Cheshire Rural Touring Arts

Location:

Lion Salt Works
Ollershaw Lane
Marston
Northwich
Cheshire
CW9 6ES

Tel: 01606 275066

WWW: The Lion Salt Works

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