A Queen's Hall Arts and Alnwick Playhouse Production
Written by Elijah Young | Directed by Mark Calvert
Friday 10 - Tuesday 28 December
Tickets: £15 (Adult), £12 (under 16/student/benefit concession), £1 (Baby under 2, must have a ticket)
10% off for 10 tickets or more.
"Magic is for those who wish to see it. That's what Grandma says."
Meet Robin Armstrong. An adventurous young girl who is obsessed with all things magic.
Robin lives in a northern village famous for its fairy tale and folklore. Since the day she was born,
Robin’s best friend, Grandma, has told her legendary tales of the fairies, hobs, wizards and trolls that hide in the forest and beneath the surface.
When Grandma’s health takes a turn for the worse on Christmas Eve, an extraordinary adventure begins. Robin heads to Elderwood Forest in search of magical creatures that could help her Grandma and if the fairy tales are true, she’ll have to journey into the abandoned mines to find them. What waits in these mines is an undiscovered world beyond Robin’s wildest dreams.
Join Robin as she discovers magic, good and bad but more importantly, the power of friendship and kindness. Can she save her Grandma just in time for Christmas?
A modern fairy tale with a message fit for the festive period. It’s a magical show for all the family to enjoy!
Running time: 2 hours (including interval)
Fri 10 Dec: 7pm
Sat 11 Dec: 2.30pm
Sun 12 Dec: 2.30pm
Tues 14 Dec: 10am & 1pm*
Wed 15 Dec: 10am & 1pm*
Fri 17 Dec: 7pm
Sat 18 Dec: 2.30pm & 7pm
Sun 19 Dec: 2.30pm
Thur 23 Dec: 2.30pm & 7pm
Fri 24 Dec: 2.30pm
Sun 26 Dec: 4pm
Mon 27 Dec: 2.30pm
Tues 28 Dec: 2.30pm
10% off for 10 tickets or more (not available on school performances)
These performances will be sold to full capacity. If you’re able to, please wear a mask, in line with government advice. For further information on the safety measures in place at Queen’s Hall, click here.