Thomas Johnston & Niamh Lawlor | Ceol Connected
Every year in Whistleberry Forest, the creatures look forward to the end of the Winter and the beginning of Spring. This year however, Spring has arrived much earlier and all the animals, except for Huggy the hedgehog, are still fast asleep. Join Huggy on his adventurous quest in search of evidence of Spring as he tries to convince his friends that it is time to wake up! Performed by Thomas Johnston and Niamh Lawlor, this performance is a work-in-progress commissioned by dlr Arts Office and supported by Roscommon Art Centre.
SATURDAY 10th JUNE | 12pm & 2pm | Adm Free I Suitable for 3 – 5 year olds I Pre Booking Essential