The Owl Who Was Afraid Of The Dark

Southwark

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By Jill Tomlinson
Directed by Lee Lyford

DARK IS EXCITING. DARK IS KIND. DARK IS NECESSARY...

Lee Lyford directs Jill Tomlinson's beloved classic children's story, The Owl Who Was Afraid of The Dark, a heart-warming story about overcoming one's fears.

Plop, the baby barn owl, is fat and fluffy like every barn owl there ever was, except for one thing – he is afraid of the dark! Mrs Barn Owl sends him down from the nest-hole to find out more about the dark, and on his travels he meets a little boy who shows him fireworks, a black cat who takes him exploring, a little girl who tells him about Father Christmas and many others. It's not long before Plop finds out that Dark is Super!

Lee Lyford returns to the Unicorn following his earlier shows at the venue, The Polar Bears Go Up and Britain's Best Recruiting Sergeant.

Age guide: 2 – 6 /Duration: Approx 50 mins

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