Angus Taylor will appear in a touring production of The Lost Elves in various venues across Scotland with The Gaiety Theatre. Performances will run from December 4 – 20 2021. More information on locations and dates can be found, here.
‘It’s almost Christmas but the Elves have crash landed! The Elves have accidentally stolen Santa’s Sleigh and are lost far from home. They need to get back to the North Pole in time to give Santa his sleigh back or there will be no Christmas… Can they get home? Who will help them? And what are these particular creatures called ‘humans’? An original and fun-filled festive show for wee ones set in the local community with a sprinkle of magic dust. The interactive show will capture children’s imagination and have them laughing, singing and dancing their way into Christmas.’
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