Small World Theatre is performing Tales from the Taiga at our venue as part of Music Without Frontiers Family day in Cardigan. The audience is invited to enjoy a full day of entertainment starting with Niall de Búrca, Ireland's Finest Storyteller at the Guildhall at 11am, and a live puppet theatre at Small World Theatre at 2.30pm
Tales from the Taiga is a modern fairy story, adapted from a traditional Nanai folk tale about a young man and his kindness. Our hero lives in an arctic world populated by amazing creatures such as Siberian tigers, a giant sturgeon and much more. By solving three seemingly impossible tasks, he cleverly wins the hand of the beautiful maiden. As the low sun and flickering firelight cast their long shadows, Small World Theatre draws the audience into this magical story where the shadows are not always black and white...
Reserve your family ticket by calling Small World Theatre 01239 615 952. There are no pre-sales, simply turn up on the day and pay on the door.
Music Without Frontier Festival is the perfect excuse to spend the Easter weekend enjoying a packed programme of entertainment at Rhosygilwen and in Cardigan town. Find out how to get your festival pass which entitles you to all the events and activities by visiting rhosygilwen.co.uk
You can see more photos from Tales from the Taiga and a video of the highlights on our website smallworld.org.uk