"Tales of the Trees" takes us on a journey into the secret lives of the very trees that surround us every day. Become one with nature as the trees come alive this night and dance through the shadows and moonlight, breathing new life and joy upon the earth.
Make way for the giant sea turtle as it meanders through the coral, munching on the sponges. Careful it doesn’t mistake your hand for a jellyfish and have a nibble. A roving giant puppet act with handheld projection.
Presented by award winning visual performance company, Sanctum Theatre.
Follow wondrous light filled fireflies into the National Wool Museum to experience the world’s most spectacular nature photography exhibition, Wildlife Photographer of the Year 54, with a sound and light encounter not to be missed. Blink and it’s gone.
Note: Some images in the Wildlife Photographer of the Year 54 exhibition may be distressing for young children.
The Hopefuls are a big-puppet family. They are a roving ensemble of parents-baby-dog-pram, wanting to build a new life - a home, a sense of belonging. They mingle, trying to fit in. They could almost go unnoticed, except that they do stand out in a crowd!