On Saturday, April 13th Roscommon Arts Centre welcomes back Ceol Connected, the team that brought Tradoodle Roscommon to town last October. This time Ceol Connected, which comprises of Thomas Johnston and Niamh Lawlor, bring the captivating ‘Return of Spring’ to the arts centre stage.
Every year in Whistleberry Forest, the creatures of the forest look forward to the end of the frosty winter, and to the beginning of spring. This year was a little different however, as springtime had arrived much earlier than usual. All the hibernating animals, except for Huggy the hedgehog, were still curled up fast asleep. Huggy must go on an adventurous musical quest in search of evidence of spring if he is to convince his friends that it is time to wake up!
This wonderfully interactive performance is suitable for children aged 3 to 5 and is filled with music, song, theatre and two very cute hedgehogs! The performance commences at 2 pm and tickets are €5. Tickets are available now from Roscommon Arts Centre on 090-6625824 and from www.roscommonartscentre.ie
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