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The Good Neighbour a Battersea Arts Centre and Bloomberg Production

The Good NeighbourBattersea Arts Centre’s critically acclaimed show for children and families, The Good Neighbour returns this Christmas, having been Nominated for Best Production for Young People, at the Off West End Awards in 2012.

There are long-forgotten mysteries lurking behind every creaking door of Battersea’s old Town Hall. Cobwebs cling to hidden doorways and secret passages, and from these old and dusty places an adventure is waiting to burst out and take over the building.

George Neighbour has lived at Battersea Arts Centre all his life and knows it like the back of his hand, but now he needs your help to uncover the mystery of his lost memory. Join him on a thrilling dash through the building, jumping in and out of magical worlds where curious characters all have their own incredible tale to tell.

Parents are welcome to accompany their children on their mission but they can also leave children with us for the duration of this fully supervised performance.

‘A treasure hunt of epic proportions’ The Telegraph

ENJOY YOUR VISIT
Children are invited to explore, investigate and take part. Lively adventurers don’t have to sit still!
During matinee performances 0-5s can play in our buzzing indoor play space, The Bee’s Knees >>

6th December  – 4th January 2014 2.00pm and 7.00pm
Running Time: 135 mins
For ages 6+ and their families

Price: All children’s tickets £12
Adults: £12 (6th – 8th Dec), £16.50 (13 – 22 Dec), £19.50 (24 Dec – 4 Jan)

For further information and to book tickets visit: https://www.bac.org.uk/

Friday 1st November 2013

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