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The Flight of Babuscha Baboon
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The Flight of Babuscha Baboon

A heartwarming puppet show for all the family.

25 March 2017 - 14 May 2017 | Visit website

The Flight of Babuscha Baboon tells the story of a baboon who sets out to fly to the moon in a hot-air balloon. On the way, she meets an elephant who is threatened by ivory hunters! Will Babuscha save the elephant? And will she ever reach the moon? This production is a magical combination of marionettes, shadow puppets, haunting music, beautiful lighting and moving poetry, and is guaranteed to captivate adults and children alike.

The Flight of Babuscha Baboon will be performed on the Puppet Theatre Barge between 25 March - 14 May. Find out more and book tickets here.

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