Stoller Story Sounds: The Chocolate Wolf

Shekina Rose, Families Editor
A cartoon wolf in a chef's outfit carries trays of chocolate Stoller Story Sounds: the chocolate wolf
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Stoller Story Sounds: The Chocolate Wolf at The Stoller Hall, Manchester 17 February 2024 Tickets from £5.00 — Book now

Uh-oh, half-term is just around the corner and a heavy storm is forecast to hit the North of England!* Families of Manchester and beyond are invited to seek shelter in Ferocious Wolf’s Chocolate Shop at The Stoller Hall, taking place at various times on Saturday 17 February.

Escape the wind and rain and embrace the delicious comfort of a safe, chocolatey haven as you’re immersed in a heartwarming story, brought to life with original drawings and magical melodies which the whole family, young, old and in the middle, will be singing along to!

Created for children aged 3 to 5 — and their grown-ups! — this interactive, musical journey will transport you to a mystical realm filled with new and exciting sights and sounds, and is a perfect ‘first’ live music experience for little ones. Adding an extra layer of magic, singers from the Kantos Chamber Choir will be joining the workshop, lending their unique voices to make the whole storytelling adventure even more wonderful.

Tickets for Stoller Story Sounds: The Chocolate Wolf are priced very reasonably, so you can see a live performance without breaking the bank. They cost £5 per child, with the added bonus of one accompanying adult gaining FREE entry. It’s a perfect opportunity for parents or carers and their youngsters to bond over a shared love of chocolate, stories, and music (three of the best things ever!), while staying cosy and dry while the (fictional – please see below) storm rages outside!

Don’t miss this chance to create lasting memories with your little ones at Ferocious Wolf’s Chocolate Shop – where sweetness meets melody…

Oh, and bring your raincoats and umbrellas – just in case!

*Please note, this is Manchester so there may well be a storm, however within the event description the storm is strictly included for fictional purposes!

Stoller Story Sounds: The Chocolate Wolf at The Stoller Hall, Manchester 17 February 2024 Tickets from £5.00 Book now


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17 February 2024
2:00pm — 2:45pm
17 February 2024
3:00pm — 3:45pm

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