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Little Red Riding Hood’s Christmas Adventure - Newtownards

Queen's Hall, West Street, Newtownards, County Down, BT23 4EN
Cartoon image of Little Red Riding Hood and the wolf


"OOOOOh Granny....What big eyes you have... What a big nose you have... What big TEETH!"

With the classic appeal of this much loved children’s story, ‘Little Red Riding Hood’s Christmas Adventure’ is wholesome family entertainment with funny and immediate scripts, simple effects, original catchy songs and strong lively performances. A perfect Christmas treat!

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£8 (18ys+), £6 (U18yrs), Free (Babe in arms)

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Opening Times

Season (4 Dec 2021)

* 2pm and 6pm

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