August 10 @ 1:00 pm - August 12 @ 5:00 pm
Climb aboard and prepare to be entertained by The Looking Glass Theatre’s new stage adaptation of Edith Nesbit’s classic, ‘The Railway Children’.
Join Albert Perks, the Station Porter, as he and his family retell the exciting adventures that occur one summer, when three children have to mysteriously move from a large Edwardian villa in London, to a small house situated close to ‘The Great Northern and Western Railway’ in the Yorkshire dales.
Suitable for all the family!
Public Review ‘Chronicle & Echo’: ‘Theatre Magic’
Brington: ‘We enjoyed this production very much. The adaptation was brilliant and the actors too’.
Castle Theatre: ‘A highly enjoyable, riveting plot and very compelling delivery that got everyone to a teary end in what seemed like no time’
Maidwell: ‘Fantastic performance. Wonderful acting’
Lilbourne: ‘That was so good – you encapsulated the story brilliantly. The actors/actresses were fantastic.
I even cried at the end!’
Evenley: ‘Absolutely amazing’