Byrnes and Fowler, the creators of The Mole Who Knew It Was None of His Business, adapt Hans Christian Andersen’s tale of an unhappy duckling who discovers that true beauty lies within.With lashings of catchy tunes and magical storytelling, this promises to be a whole heap of farmyard fun! Theatre to enchant and delight all ages.
1-27 August, 10:00 (50 mins)
C venues - C Chambers Street, EH1 1HR
‘Perfectly pitched’ (Guardian)
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