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PUBLISHED: 17:24 22 March 2012

Magical Mel will be at the Queen's Theatre in Billet Lane, Hornchurch over the Easter holiday

Magical Mel will be at the Queen's Theatre in Billet Lane, Hornchurch over the Easter holiday

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Giraffes, songs and treasure hunts are all part of the fun this Easter Holiday as the Queen’s Theatre bursts with family shows and activities – Holiday Workshops from

2 – 13 April, The Happy Prince from 3 - 5 April, Giraffes Can’t Dance and Magical Mel’s Easter Adventure on 7 April.

Kids aged 7 – 10 can kick-start their holidays by learning about drama, music, arts and crafts in the Queen’s Easter Holiday Workshop, Storytelling for the Stage, from

2 – 5 April at 9.30am – 1.30pm. Youngsters aged 11 – 14 will also enjoy the Acting the Part workshop from 10 – 13 April at 9.30 – 1.30pm, packed with colourful activities focussing on acting, movement and voice skills. Places are £45.

Little ones aged 4 – 8 will love the enchanting tale of The Happy Prince in a Theatre for Young Minds production of Oscar Wilde’s beautiful classic performed by the Queen’s resident actor-musicians cut to the chase…. There will be seven shows: Tuesday 3 April at 2.30pm and Wednesday 4 and Thursday 5 April at 10.30am, 12.30 and 2.30pm. Tickets are £6 for children and £7 for adults.

Youngsters can also join the Giraffes Can’t Dance storytelling workshop in the Foyer on

7 April based on Giles Andrea’s popular book. Packed full of fun and games, sessions are at 9am for ages 5 – 6 and 9.50am for ages 6 – 7. Tickets are just £5 for children.

Magical Mel invites kids aged 4 – 7 to help her on a treasure hunt to find lost eggs in a fun-filled Easter Adventure on 7 April at 11.30am. Tickets are £5 for children and adults.

Call the Box Office on 01708 443333 or book online at www.queens-theatre.co.uk.


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