It's all about pulling strings for Saffron Screen
SAFFRON Screen is offering children aged seven to 11 an opportunity to discover how to tell a story using classic traditional puppet animation. The local community cinema is running a Shadow Puppet Course on Sunday January 21, from 10.30am to 2.30pm. Thi
SAFFRON Screen is offering children aged seven to 11 an opportunity to discover how to tell a story using classic traditional puppet animation.
The local community cinema is running a Shadow Puppet Course on Sunday January 21, from 10.30am to 2.30pm.
This follows a similar, very successful course that took place last year. Participants will learn how to develop a story and then make puppets to tell the story. It will culminate in a show for families and friends.
The course compliments the screening of The Adventures of Prince Achmed (PG), a classic shadow puppet animation film involving a wicked sorcerer, a brave prince, ogres, monsters and a beautiful princess. The Adventures of Prince Achmed is showing at 3pm on Saturday January 30 and Sunday at Saffron Screen.
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Places on the course are limited and booking is essential. Tickets are �20 each and can be purchased at the Saffron Screen box office or at the Tourist Information Centre on Market Square. More information about the course can be obtained by e-mailing email@example.com.
Tickets and further information for upcoming films is available online at www.saffronscreen.com, from the TIC or the box office. Saffron Screen is a not-for-profit, independent cinema operating at Saffron Walden County High School with cinema seating, a full size screen and Dolby Digital surround sound.
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