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Join Pinocchio's magical adventure at Gloucester Guildhall

Where: Gloucester Guildhall, Eastgate Street, Gloucester

When: Friday, December 6, to Saturday, January 4

This Christmas, Gloucester Guildhall presents a magical adaptation of the classic tale Pinocchio.

Families can expect a thrilling journey complete with live music, singing and puppetry, the family theatre show will appear at the Eastgate Street venue throughout the festive period.

With a fresh new script and original songs, the play tells the story of Pinocchio's adventure to become a real boy. On a quest to make this happen, he falls into a wild adventure with dodgy foxes, a fun factory, a nosy cricket, a blue fairy and a whale at the bottom of the ocean.

With a growing nose, and an increasing scent for adventure, will Pinocchio ever become a real boy?

Produced by Strike A Light and presented by Gloucester Guildhall, the production is supported by the Great Place Scheme and Arts Council England, and forms part of the city's puppetry themed winter programme, alongside the Christmas Lantern Procession and the Museum of Gloucester's William Simmonds exhibition.

Pinocchio's quest takes place at Gloucester Guildhall between Friday, December 6, and Saturday, January 4, 2020.

Tickets to join the adventure are priced at £12 adults /£8 child on regular dates, and £15 adult / £10 child for premium dates.

Tickets are available to buy from Gloucester Guildhall box office by calling 01452 503050 or visiting www.gloucesterguildhall.co.uk 

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