The Unicorn's Horn
Full Price : £7
Babes in arms: £Free
When : Sat 13th Oct at 10:00am (Ends - 12:00pm)
Where : Woods Between Marsden and Standedge - Full details below ▼
Category : Ticketed, Join In, Family
Second performance at 2pm.
An original collaboration between Be More Outdoors and seasoned festival musician Brian Acton (Black Sheiks) brings you The Unicorns Horn, a tale of vicious sheep, jazz parades, prejudice and the ultimate triumph of music in overcoming adversity.
The story, punctuated, accompanied and driven by an acoustic jazz ensemble, weaves its way through the trees and is suitable for families with children of all ages.
Following the story there will be the opportunity to make your very own unicorn hobby horse or to just sit and relax to the sound of jazz in the woods.
Outdoor event with some shelter available. Bring warm, waterproof clothing. Level access to site via High Lea, off Station Road. Stepped access via canal towpath between Marsden Station and Standedge Tunnel Visitor Centre.
Refreshments and snacks included in price. All dietary requirements catered for – give details when booking
Venue Info - Woods Between Marsden and Standedge
Woods above canal towpath between Marsden Railway Station and Standedge Tunnel. Wear suitable clothing and footwear.
Tel: 07980 898113
Level access to site via High Lea, off Station Road. Stepped access via canal towpath between Marsden Station and Standedge Tunnel Visitor Centre.