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Philip Pullman’s Grimm Tales

Wander through a backstage maze at Glen Street Theatre in this innovative immersive theatre performance for children.

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Phillip Pullman’s Grimm Tales

Date: 13 Dec 2019

Step into an enchanting world of princesses, hunters, wolves and wicked stepmothers and wander through a backstage maze at Glen Street Theatre in this innovative immersive theatre performance for children, guided by the company of young artists at Marian St Theatre for Young People

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