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Discover Story Children’s Centre Takeover

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Chickenshed's Performances to Children team is set to take over Discover for a half-term event, featuring two shows: "Planet Play" (0-3 years) and "Tales From the Shed" (0-6 years). Both performances are vibrant, inclusive, and interactive theatrical experiences designed for young children.

These shows come to life with a touch of magic through puppetry, music and movement, guiding audiences through the adventures and tales of beloved characters. We assure you that each show will be filled with fun, delightful silliness, and an abundance of colourful puppets, introducing you to new friends, both big and small!

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About the shows

  • Planet Play | Time: 10.30am | Ages: 0 to 3 years

    Created by our Tales from the Shed team, Planet Play has been specifically devised to encourage play and early communication development in young children. Research has shown that singing songs and rhymes on a regular basis helps to widen your child’s vocabulary and listening skills which are an essential part of learning to read, write and communicate.

  • Planet Play | Time: 11.45am | Ages: 0 to 3 years

    Created by our Tales from the Shed team, Planet Play has been specifically devised to encourage play and early communication development in young children. Research has shown that singing songs and rhymes on a regular basis helps to widen your child’s vocabulary and listening skills which are an essential part of learning to read, write and communicate.

  • Tales from the Shed | Time: 1pm | Ages: 0 to 6 years

    Tales from the Shed are vibrant, inclusive theatre shows that are perfect for young children. They are informal, lively and amazingly engaging as the performers and audience share the same space.

Discover Children's Story Centre

383-387 High St, London E15 4QZ

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