February Half Term in Birmingham with The Old Rep

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February Half Term in Birmingham with The Old Rep

The Old Rep are putting on a string of events to make this February half term your best yet, packed with lots of family fun and entertainment. Kicking off with a FREE family fun day at the Library of Birmingham, before presenting a magical production of The Owl Who Was Afraid Of The Dark, The Old Rep have something to amaze and delight every member of your family!

For further information or to book any of The Old Rep’s half term events, please call the Box Office on 0121 359 9444 or visit oldreptheatre.co.uk (online booking fee applies). Also, keep an eye out on their social media pages for updates.

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Family Fun Day, The Library of Birmingham: Saturday 13 February, 12pm–4pm

Ideal for age 3+

FREE themed activities

Join The Old Rep down at the Library of Birmingham, as they put on a string of special activities to get the whole family feeling inspired and creative! Take part in FREE craft activities in the Children’s Library, provided by Rokiel Entertainment, including a special competition Design Your Own Monster and the chance to win theatre tickets! Enjoy interactive storytelling sessions packed with adventure, songs, twists and turns, and feed your inner creative side with fun-filled drama workshops!

Staff from The Old Rep will giving out exclusive ticket discounts for upcoming shows, including The Owl Who Was Afraid Of The Dark (Mon 15 Feb) and Here Be Monsters (Sat 5 Mar).

The entire Family Fun Day is completely free of charge, and will be taking place from 12pm–4pm at the Library of Birmingham. Follow twitter.com/theoldrep on Twitter or visit oldreptheatre.co.uk for further details.

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The Owl Who Was Afraid Of The Dark: Monday 15 February, 11am & 2pm

Ideal for age 3+

FREE craft sessions 1 hour before each show

Plop is a baby Barn Owl. Plop is exactly the same as every barn own that has ever been, except for one thing. Plop is AFRAID of the DARK.

One day, Mrs Barn Owl suggests that Plop fly down into the world to find out about the dark for himself. And this is where Plop’s adventures begin…

Join Plop as he journeys into the night-time world of campfires, fireworks, starry nights and moonlit adventures.

This gentle, reassuring tale, by acclaimed Blunderbus Theatre, is brought to life with an irresistible blend of music, puppetry and storytelling.

Especially for little people aged 3-7, and their grown ups. Come join us, – it’s going to be a hoot!

“Packs charm in bucket loads” The Stage

“Totally captivating” The Primary Times

For further information or to book tickets, call the Box Office on 0121 359 9444 or visit oldreptheatre.co.uk (online booking fee applies).

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