‘Where my Igloo gone?’ comes to Lion Salt Works Museum
On Saturday 17 March, The Bone Ensemble will perform an enchanting children’s play called Where’s my Igloo gone? at the Lion Salt Works Museum in Northwich.
The play starts at 2pm and is suitable for children over five years old. Tickets cost £4.50 for 16 and below and £6.50 for an adult ticket. Family tickets are available (2+2) for £17.60 and a Family Ticket (1+3) at £15.40. Parking is free Tickets can be bought by visiting www.ticketsource.co.uk/cheshireruraltouringarts, at the Museum or by calling 01606 275066.
In Where’s my Igloo gone? Oolik is an ordinary girl who goes on an extraordinary journey to find help when her igloo starts to melt. Travelling under starry skies, through snowstorms and across oceans, Oolik is a girl on a quest. On her journey through a dazzling Artic world she meets exciting new friends like snow geese, husky dogs – as well as the audience. Set in a magical world, the story is accompanied by live music. The play shows the audience that anything is possible if people work together.
Councillor Louise Gittins, Cabinet Member for Communities and Wellbeing at Cheshire West and Chester Council, said: “This fun, interactive show sounds as though it will be an enchanting afternoon for young children and their parents. I think the intimate nature of this play will be enhanced by being performed in the historic Thompson suite in the Grade II-listed buildings of the Lion Salt Works Museum. This story promises to be very entertaining and well worth booking in advance to see.”
Performances are accessible to deaf audiences and non-English speakers. The play lasts 65 minutes and is brought to the Lion Salt Works Museum as part of the Cheshire Rural Touring Arts Spring Season.
The Museum has a large play area, butterfly garden, café and well-stocked shop, all of which are free to visit.