A Ladder to the Stars – MacRobert Arts Centre

Visible Fictions and Aberdeen Performing Arts present a live production of A Ladder to the Stars at the MacRobert Arts Centre this month, starring BAA’s Carmen Pieraccini.

Way up in the deep blue night sky, a twinkling star hears a little girl’s birthday wish . . . she wishes she could dance with the stars. Wanting to make this wish come true, the star tells the moon, the moon tells the sun, the sun tells the wind and the rain, and together they dream up a wonderful plan.

A magical Christmas show for children aged 5 and under, told through a mix of music, light and imagination, this is a heartfelt and humorous story of what can happen when the universe hears your dreams.

Runs 27 Nov – 24 Dec 2018

For tickets and further info, click here


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