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Is there anything more wondrous than a child’s ability to believe, completely and utterly, in magic…?
Not yet bogged down by the everyday – and, yes, we realise there’s much magic to be found there too – children will let that line between imagination and reality happily blur, and thus create bigger, bolder, wilder and simply more wonderful worlds.
That’s what makes shows such as Return Of Spring such a joy, this children’s tale set in Whistleberry Forest – as all the creatures get ready for the end of winter – brought to life by Thomas Johnston’s whistles, voice and uilleann pipes and Niamh Lawlor’s Púca Puppets.
For 45 minutes, your child is transported to another world, full of song, sounds and enchanting creatures. And, we reckon, so will you…