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A CHRISTMAS HUG
Fri 17 - Fri 24 Dec

A CHRISTMAS HUG

Frankwell QuayShrewsburySY3 8FT

Walker Theatre

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It's Christmas Day in Australia and all Natascha's dad wants is a hug from his daughter, but she’s not interested. In fact, she's downright grumpy. Fortunately, her dad has a traditional family cure for grumpiness… the greatest storytelling you've ever heard!
 
Join us this Christmas and find out whether a magical story and a cuddly Koala, can encourage Natascha to give her poor old dad a hug. The perfect start to your seasonal celebrations, based on the best-selling book How The Koala Learnt To Hug by Steven Lee.
 
“A pure, undiluted joy" The Cornishman 
 
£12 | family £44 | FRIENDS 10% OFF | Suitable for all ages 2+
 
Post-show book-signing with Steven Lee
Fri 17 Dec04:30PM Book
Sat 18 Dec11:00AM Book
Sat 18 Dec02:00PM Book
Sun 19 Dec11:00AM Book
Sun 19 Dec02:00PM Book
Mon 20 Dec11:00AM Book
Mon 20 Dec02:00PM Book
Tue 21 Dec02:00PM Book
Tue 21 Dec06:30PM Book
Wed 22 Dec11:00AM Book
Wed 22 Dec02:00PM Book
Thu 23 Dec11:00AM Book
Thu 23 Dec02:00PM Book
Fri 24 Dec11:00AM Book
Fri 24 Dec02:00PM Book
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Where applicable, advertised ticket prices are inclusive of a venue levy, retained by the venue to sustain and develop the programme of arts and culture in Shropshire.

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