Watching the wildlife with Pip
PUPPETS, songs, storytelling and music are at the heart of Pip’s Wildlife Garden which is being performed for children at The Maltings Arts Theatre in St Albans next Saturday, September 25.
The 40-minute show, which starts at 3pm, is aimed at children aged from three to six and invites them to join Pip in the wild and overgrown jungle at the bottom of her garden.
But grumpy grandad is down there planting vegetables and the questions arise, whose garden is it, how will they find a way to share it and how will they all get enough to eat?
Tickets are �5, available from the box office on 01727 844222.
Appearing on the same day but in the evening are Dodo Bones, an acoustic duo who have already attracted attention with gritty, emotion-driven records and live performances of their own music accompanied by ironic pop covers.
The duo appears at 8pm and tickets are �8 with concessions �5.
n Romantic drama Remember Me is being shown at the theatre at midday next Wednesday, September 22. Billed as a cinema treat for mums and their babies, it centres on two new lovers - Tyler, whose parents have split in the wake of his brother’s suicide, and Ally, who lives each day to the fullest since witnessing her mother’s murder.
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Tickets are �5 with concessions �4.50 with babies free.