In January 2018, Northumberland Theatre Company will bring George MacDonald’s classic tale of The Princess and the Goblin to Duns Volunteer Hall.
Princess Irene is to be the bride of the goblin king’s son — but unfortunately he hasn’t actually asked her yet. The adventure unfolds around the goblin’s attempts to steal away the princess and her success in avoiding them, with a lot of help from Curdie, the miner’s son, and her mysterious great-great-grandmother, who no-one else can see … It’s a story about growing up, making friends and the importance of family, with song, dance and some fun along the way, told in NTC’s fast-paced, physical style. (Age guideline 5+).
The performance starts at 6.30pm on Friday 19 January. Tickets are £10 adult, £8 child, and £32 family (2×2), available from Penny’s Emporium, Market Square, Duns, or the Volunteer Hall (call 01361 884 935 or email firstname.lastname@example.org).