Family Theatre: The Adventures of Walter Lemonface

CANCELLED: Following official government advice recommending people avoid social gatherings to help slow the spread of coronavirus, Our family theatre tour, 17 - 19 April, is cancelled.  All ticket holders will be contacted and refunds issued.

Further details of service disruption is available here

The Spark Arts for Children and 154 Collective present:

The Adventures of Walter Lemonface by 154Collective - A live cartoon that you control with a magical mix of music and storytelling.

Ever wanted to control what happens in a cartoon? Now you can in this fun-filled experience for the whole family! – There’s no such thing as too much joining in! Join adventurer, fearless inventor and connoisseur of carrots, Walter Lemonface as he hunts for Rhubarb Ogres, battles ghosts and finds a new adventure around every corner.

Older than the hills around him, Walter lives in a purple shed at the bottom of a waterfall. He will tell you that he’s been everywhere, met everyone and he saves the world at least once a week. But remember, not everything Walter says is true. Oh, and he has a yellow head that looks like a lemon.

Sometimes scary, often touching and always with a healthy sprinkling of silly, you control what happens next and then watch in amazement as your story unfolds…

Suitable for ages  5+
Running time: 50 minutes
Booking advised 

Tickets:
Library members: £3 
Non-library members: £6

For more information about booking our family theatre shows go to our FAQ Page

The Adventures of Walter Lemonface was originally commissioned by Wakefield Literature Festival supported by ARC Stockton and Arts Council England.

About 154 Collective

154 Collective is an international, multi art form group, including performers, painters, writers, photographers, animators, dancers and musicians. With collaboration at their heart, they seek to tell stories from unusual and fun perspectives whilst using an array of art forms and approaches including: theatre, exhibition, publications, music, live projections and public art.

The Adventures of Walter Lemonface was made by 154 Collective

To learn more about Walter Lemonface and his creators visit: 

http://walterlemonface.info/

Presented by The Spark Arts for Children


Supported using public funding by Arts Council England - Lottery Funded



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