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Date
March 2024
Time
10:00 to 17:00
Age group
All

Saturday 9th March 

10:15 to 11:00 - Goldilocks and The Three Bears (3+) 

If you go down to the woods today, you’re sure to get a surprise! A curious young girl, a picnic in the woods, domesticated bears and lots and lots of porridge ! A well-loved classic told in a imaginative and gently way, through the use of puppetry, storytelling and object theatre. A perfect introduction to theatre for young children.

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11:30 to 12:15 - Timmy Time (Double-Bill) (U)

Timmy is a little lamb with a lot to learn. Join him in two special episodes as he heads off on adventures with his friends, trying to stay out of trouble and having lots of fun on the way!

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12:45 to 13:15 - Little Princess 'Mother's Day' & other episodes (3+) 

In this special triple-episode 'Spring-themed' package meet Little Princess, the only child of the loving King and Queen. Our cheeky Princess has her castle home and its grounds at her disposal – free to roam and play safely. By her side are her beloved pets – Puss, Scruff and her newly acquired Shetland pony Horace – who have their own adventures in each story. And this Princess doesn’t go anywhere without her favourite teddy, Gilbert.

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13:45 to 15:00 - Upside Down (5+) 

A collection of new short animations designed to appeal to young children.

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16:15 to 16:45 - Tales at Twilight with Jo Britland and friends (3+) 

Come and meet Jo and some of her puppet friends, who are looking forward to telling you their stories. We shall meet the loveable Jack from a well-known fairytale, as well as Hetty the hedgehog! We will hear about her adventures as she goes out on her own for the first time and we have Mr Twitch the rabbit, who gets himself in a bit of a tiz in the lead up to Easter.

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Saturday 16th March 

10:30 - Sarah & Duck: Umbrella and Friends (U)

Join Sarah & Duck as they find an umbrella that doesn’t seem to like the rain, invite some friends round for a sleepover and convince a muddy Umbrella to face his fears and take his first bath. They also visit Flamingo & John to see all their origami animals and visit the parasol show to meet Umbrella’s pen pal, but meet a new brolly friend instead!

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12:00 - Feathers and Whispers (8+)

Join us as we discover vibrant new worlds, surprising characters, breathtaking landscapes, and unknown traditions in this animation shorts package. for young audiences.

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14:30 - Wilde Stories (PG) 

Three short animated films based on the classic children's stories by Oscar Wilde. The films are: 'The Devoted Friend'; 'The Selfish Giant' and 'The Nightingale and the Rose'.

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16:10 - Tales at Twilight (3+) 

A 'Tales at Twilight' St. Patrick's Day Special as storyteller Liz Weir transports children's imaginations into the magical world of Irish folklore. Stories of St. Patrick, leprechauns, fairies, and mermaids will all be explored in this mischievous and fun-filled afternoon event for all the family.

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Saturday 23rd March 

10:30 - Hungry Bear Tales - To the Pole! (3+) 

Ned and Mishka get an invitation to the polar popsicle festival. They can’t wait, but the problem is, they don’t know where the pole is. On their journey across continents, they meet lots of new animal friends, and when the bears finally find themselves at the pole, they realise that they’re at the wrong one!

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11:30 - We're going on a bear hunt! (U) 

Stan, Katie, Rosie, Max, the baby, and Rufus the dog decide to go on an adventure in search of bears.

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12:30 - Margot and the Space Robot (5+) 

Danger arrives from beyond the stars in the form of two tiny aliens who land in the town of Aquaville with a nefarious plan to enslave the local population. The only thing that stands in their way is an observant young girl named Margot and her new robot friend Gabriel, who looks just like a human boy.

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13:30 - Criss Cross (12+) 

A series of atmospheric, thoughtful and experimental animations from around the world.

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16:00 - Tales at Twilight (3+) 

Come enjoy a little bit of storytelling magic with award winning children's writer and storyteller, Vicky McFarland.

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Sunday 24th March 

10:30 - Stop Motion Animation Workshop (ages 8 to 12) 

This stop motion animation workshop is the perfect activity to get young people to discover and develop their creativity. Stop motion allows young people to think outside the box by creating amazing stories through animation. Participants will learn about the techniques involved in this area of filmmaking, including using sound effects, visual effects and the craft of model making.

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14:00 - Game Design Workshop (ages 11 to 15) 

Do you like video games? Ever wanted to learn to make your own? In this workshop, you’ll learn to design and build your own games chock-full of your own artwork and stories. Then play test the games with fellow participants. The limit is only so far as your imagination can take you!

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Thursday 28th March 

10:30 - Wish (U) 

A young girl named Asha wishes on a star and gets a more direct answer than she bargained for when a trouble-making star comes down from the sky to join her.

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12:30 - Tom and Jerry: The Lost Dragon (U) 

Tom and Jerry discover a mysterious glowing egg and are shocked when it hatches into a baby dragon. When they learn that the baby's mother, a terrifying, fire-breathing dragon, would like the infant back, they go on a journey to return him to his rightful home.

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14:00 - Edmond and Lucy's Wonderful Winter (U) 

Meet Edmond, the squirrel, and Lucy, the bear cub, in their daily adventures in the forest: Nature is their best playmate! In this winter collection, put on your gloves to follow Edmond and Lucy through the coldest season of the year, from festive family time to snowball fights!

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15:15 - The Bear (U) 

When a little girl loses her teddy bear in the polar bear enclosure at the zoo, she is surprised but very happy when the polar bear turns up at her home to return it.

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16:10 - Tales at Twilight (3+) 

Eithne the Adventurer is an intrepid explorer! She wants to be a survival expert! ....no, an Alchemist!...a teacher? no, no... a Palaeontologist orrr... an ice cream truck driver! Actually.....Definitely a Palaeontologist! She loves to read and play and use her GINORMOUS imagination with her best friend Elliot, the dinosaur. (Pssst…He’s imaginary). Join Eithne and Elliot on their adventures, saving the world from extinction… playing and most importantly, having fun!

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Saturday 30th March 

10:15 - Peter Rabbit Shorts (U) 

Follow mischievous, charming Peter Rabbit and his friends in this multiple episode showcase of the hit kids TV show as they overcome obstacles, outwit predators, and avoid danger. Peter wants to grow up to be just like his late father and carries a journal (a guide on how to be a good rabbit) on his adventures with his friends, Cousin Benjamin Bunny, and Lily Bobtail.

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11:20 - Yogi the Easter Bear (U) 

Yogi Bear accidentally ruins the big Easter Jamboree at Jellystone Park just before the arrival of hundreds of kids. Guilt-stricken, Yogi and Boo Boo go in search of the Easter Bunny, hoping to save the day!

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12:30 - Dounia: The Great White North (8+) 

Dounia and her grandparents are slowly getting to know Canada, the new home that has welcomed them: its intense seasons, its special foods, its languages (three and counting!). Dounia’s grandparents are sure to keep their Syrian traditions alive at home, while her new friends share traditions of their own.

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13:50 - Wonka (PG) 

With dreams of opening a shop in a city renowned for its chocolate, a young and poor Willy Wonka discovers that the industry is run by a cartel of greedy chocolatiers.

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16:20 - Tales at Twilight (3+) 

Mother Goose is like someone straight out of a fairytale, talks like someone in a storybook… and come to think of it, all her friends are storybook characters! Come see Mother Goose and hear the gentle storyteller’s nursery of rhymes. All the family will sing along to their favourites and Mother Goose can spill the pea green beans on whether the dish really did run away with the spoon!

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