What Became of The Red Shoes? at Waterside Arts Centre

Gemma Gibb, Associate Editor

What Became of The Red Shoes? at Waterside, Manchester 24 October 2017 Tickets from £7 — Book now

This award-winning production is a perfect first live storytelling adventure from the talented folk at Little Pixie Productions. Aimed at ages three and over, expect some little wide-eyes as mini theatregoers follow the story of Ruby who, rooting through her Granny Flo’s attic, discovers an intriguing photograph of a girl wearing red shoes.

Cue a wondrous adventure with the help of some ingenious puppetry and staging.  Ruby embarks on a quest involving animals, a snowman and a trip away from the earth.

It’s a bite-sized bit of magic with music, song and dance. And an inspirational tale of what can be created out of “old junk” and a bit of imagination.

 

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