The Polar Bears Go Go Go 2022
The Polar Bears are off on an adventure, Fringe fun for 2 - 5 year olds.
With friendship at its heart, this deaf-friendly show explores the joy and confusion of navigating stations, airports and suitcases, and realising that home has to more to offer than you imagined.
Combining physical humour and clowning with vivid storytelling, the bungling pair find themselves in all sorts of hilarious travel related situations. Sometimes a holiday is all about the journey.
Running time: 50 minutes.
Recommended for 2 - 5 year olds.
Tickets: £10 adult, £8 child (£32 family of 4 with at least 1 child)
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