Clydebuilt Puppets: How The Raven Stole The Moon
Native American story told with wonderful puppets and music for ages 5 - 12 years.
This Native American story is told with the wonderful Raven based on a totem pole design and lovely cloth puppets, modelled on toys of Native American origin. With live Native American flute music, this show is great fun for ages 5 – 12 years.
Length: 30 minutes
Tickets: £6 adult, £5 child
£1 babies under 18 months
Hogmanay celebrations are delivered by East Lothian Council and The Brunton and has received support as part of Scotland’s Winter Festivals.
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