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Kirkstall Fairy Tale Kingdom

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Times: 9.30 – 12.30 / 1.30 – 4.30

Step into our fantastical world and journey through the Kirkstall ruins to untangle your favourite fairy tales. 

The magical creatures of the fairy tale world have tumbled into Kirkstall Abbey for this very special weekend in the summer, where Fairies, Goblins, Gnomes and funny little men in funny little hats all gather to celebrate the tales that intertwine and weave them together. 

You’ll meet Rumplestiltskin, a Prince Charming, Cinders, the Wicked Witch, Little Red Riding Hood, the Meddlesome Fairy and lots of other fairies and Goblins that walk the ruins of Kirkstall Abbey. 

Which character will you be? Open a book, choose a tale, come on a magical journey with us and decide on your happily ever after.

- Puppet Shows
- Interactive Panto-style Performances
- Walkabout Characters
- Rhyming with Rumplestiltskin
- Enchanted Story-Telling
- Dreamy Dance Classes
- Talent Show in the Toadstalls
- Games with Gnomes
- Fantastical Face-Painting
- Crafts
- Flaunt your wings in our fairy fashion show

There’s plenty for all ages with performances tailored for younger years incorporating sensory play and more adventure for the older mischievous creatures of the fairy tale kingdom

Tickets, £5.50 + bkg fee per person.
www.wegottickets.com/sneakyexperience

Babes in arms foc.
Recommended age: 2 years +


Comments

  1. Claire moslin says:

    I paid for the tickets today for 130pm on the Saturday but had no confirmation email thanks

    • Julia says:

      Hi, if it’s not in your spam folder then log onto your wegottickets.com account and you can re-send the confirmation email from there.

  2. Helen says:

    I have two girls age 9 & 11 would this be suitable for them or is it more for younger children

    • Julia says:

      Hi, it’s difficult to say as all children grow up at a different rate. There are some activities that they may find too young – however, we’ve an amazing hoola-hoopist which I’m sure they’ll love and also dance lessons and the panto, although for children is a little tongue in cheek which they’ll probably find funny. To summarise, I think two-thirds of the event may be slightly too young for them but the odd performances and of course the glitter station and Photo Booth (extra cost) they’ll probably enjoy. I hope that helps in some way?

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