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This ‘Magical’ Polar Bear will Dazzle and Enchant the Whole Family

Based on the book by Raymond Briggs and adapted for the stage by Pins and Needles Productions, The Bear, brings dazzling puppetry, delicious music, dreamy storytelling, and dozens of laughs to Darwen Library Theatre for two performances on Sunday 29th & Monday 30th March.

One night when she’s fast asleep, Tilly is visited by an enormous bear. It has a big black tongue and a yawn as big as your head. But Tilly’s not scared.

The story of a little girl who befriends a mischievous polar bear, this playful, funny and heart-warming tale is one of imagination and growing up.

The Bear is an unforgettable experience for the whole family.

So, bring a bear, and join Tilly and her great big white friend on a wild and magical adventure.

“Move over War Horse this polar puppet is magic.” The Guardian

Ever wondered what it would be like to sit on a polar bear’s lap?

Or ride on its back?

Have you ever tried to give a bear a bath?

Or clear up its poo?!

Looking after a bear is exhausting stuff!

EVENT DETAILS

VENUE: Darwen Library Theatre, Knott St, Darwen, Lancashire BB3 3BU

DATE: Sunday 29th & Monday 30th March 2020

TIME: Sunday 2pm and Monday 11am

TICKET PRICE: £15.00 (A transaction fee will be charged per booking)

BOOKING INFORMATION

Tickets are available:

Online here

By Phone: 01254 706006

In Person: at Darwen Library or King George’s Hall Box Office, Northgate, Blackburn. BB2 1AA

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