The Shepherd Girl's Story
|From||30 November 2019 at 2:00 PM|
|To||30 November 2019 at 4:45 PM|
|Cost||£5 per person (adults + children)|
Hollie loves Christmas! She loves mince pies, the trees and the fairy lights! She loves it so much that she tries to make it to every party, concert and candelight service that she can! One winters evening, whilst racing to get to her favourite Carol Service, she takes a wrong turn and stumbles across the best Christmas she could possibly have hoped for!
Join Riverside Performing Arts for this fun-filled Christmas Pantomime which is sure to bring festive cheer and warm the heart on a wintery day. This indoor theatre performance is set in the stunning surroundings of a medieval hall at Selly Manor Museum in Bournville.
This event is part of the Bournville Christmas Festival. So make it an extra special festive experience with music, stalls, food and performances as the Bournville community celebrate – all culminating in the switch on of the famous Christmas tree at 5pm.
These performances takes place at 2pm, 3pm and 4pm on Saturday 30th November as part of the Bournville Christmas Festival.
The performance is recommended for children aged 5 - 11 and their families, and lasts for approximately 45 minutes.
Booking- Essential. TICKETS GO ON SALE at 10am on Monday 14th October. Tickets are £5 per person for both adults and children.
Online: Online tickets are available for all performances via Ticketsellers (please note that there is an additional 50p booking fee per ticket and 80p transaction charge for online bookings)
Phone: Call the Selly Manor team on 0121 472 0199
In person: Visit Selly Manor Museum during our normal opening hours
Free admission to this event does not apply for BVT residents.
Accessibility: The performance takes place in Minworth Greaves which is on ground level. If you would like to know more or discuss accessibility then please call the Selly Manor Museum team on 0121 472 0199.
This event is staged jointly with Riverside Performing Arts, part of Riverside Church.