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Mimi and the Mountain Dragon at Hoxton Hall

Following a Sell out run last Christmas at The Little Angel Theatre, Skewbald Theatre's production of Michael Morpurgo's and Helen Stephen's Mimi and the Mounitain Dragon is coming to Hoxton Hall. The show has been created by a team of women including three mums from London.

High up in the snowy mountains of Switzerland the villagers of Dorta bang drums, blow horns and make a noisy racket to keep the fearsome Mountain Dragon away. But this year is different. One snowy morning Mimi discovers something extraordinary – a baby dragon sleeping in her woodshed!

The little creature is lost and frightened but how did he get there and what if his mother comes looking for him? Mimi must be extremely brave if she is going to help the little dragon find his way home.

With lively original songs, atmospheric storytelling and magical puppets this is an exciting family show about friendship, courage and adventure for anyone who loves snow, dragons and stories.

Mimi and the Mountain Dragon is aimed at ages 4-8 and is running at Hoxton Hall from 20th til 24th of December and tickets are £8.50 with toddlers under 18months going free more info and booking here.

There is a free craft workshop for families on the 14th of December at Shoreditch Library at 11am where little Londoners can meet Mimi and the Mountain Dragon and get crafty together.

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