On Sunday 10 March at 11am, the award-winning Lion Salt Works Museum in Northwich, Cheshire will show ‘Stripey Honey’ an enchanting and ‘yummy’ children’s adventure story about honey, showing how tigers, bees and honey collectors can learn to live and play together in the jungle. This fun show produced by Mashi Theatre, features, song, dance and puppetry and is part of the Cheshire Rural Touring Arts Spring season. Tickets to this performance cost £6.50 per adult and £4.50 for under 16-year olds. The play is aimed at 5-10 year olds. Family tickets are available*. Bookings can be made by calling 01606 275066 or online at www.ticketsource.co.uk/cheshireruraltouringarts
The fun adventure is set in Sunderbans, the land between India and Bangladesh, which is home to Royal Bengal tigers, honey bees and honey-collectors. It takes the audiences on an enthralling and playful journey into the jungle to discover how they all learn to live and play together. This imaginative production features giant bees and tigers who want to lend a ‘paw’ as well as honey collectors who wear fierce mask on their heads as the only protection for travelling into the dangerous jungle.
Councillor Louise Gittins, Cabinet Member Communities and Wellbeing, Cheshire West & Chester Council said: “Mashi Theatre brings the Lion Salt Works an exciting and imaginative play for young audiences featuring adventure song, dance, puppetry and music by award-winning composer Arun Ghosh. This life-enhancing play also explores the life of some of the most precious but endangered species in the jungle.”
The play runs for 50 minutes (no interval) and there is free parking and access to the Museum’s industrially-themed play area.