Experience the true magic of winter at Cumbernauld Theatre this Christmas, as they bring you a very special show created especially for wee ones under 5 – Winter Wonders: A Mini Musical – by the wonderful children’s theatre company The Letter J.
Winter is coming and Summer is not happy about it. Summer thinks Winter is just too cold. But with the arrival of The Mischief Maker, Summer goes on a journey to learn all about the wonderful things Winter has to offer…
With silly songs and scarves and of course plenty of snow, Summer comes to learn the true wonders of winter and all about the joys of celebrating Christmas.
Winter Wonders is a show guaranteed to warm the coldest of winters. Featuring Kevin Lennon, the run begins 8th December.
More information can be found here.
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