The National Centre for Early Music have some fantastic Family Friendly Concerts coming up – you can see all the details below and also on their WEBSITE
Tommy Foggo Superhero is the next one coming up on Sunday 15th October at 11.30am and is perfect for ages 7+.
It’s a magical multi-media tale of a life saved by music, Tommy Foggo and his Cello are a superhero duo. Follow them on their epic adventures and watch them overcome impossible odds – and they like to sing a tune and share the fun with their friends on the way!
Tommy’s mum had told him to wait for her at the bus stop and never showed up again, he had been stuck there for a zillion years – even after been taken to live in the children’s home. Then one day he ran away to the seaside. He was looking for an Italian ice-cream but, instead he found Destino, a talking Cello with a mission! Join them as they recruit a gang of young helpers to travel with them through time and space to find the Queen of Lost Atlantis and save her people from the giant, venomous and cold-blooded Kraken of the Deep!
We’ve teamed up with NCEM to offer a family ticket (2 adults and 2 children) to the concert. To enter you just need to CONTACT US with the word ‘SUPERHERO’ before 10pm on Sunday 8th October 2017. The winner will be chosen at random and contacted on Monday 9th October.
For an additional chance to win, just ‘Like’ ‘Share’ and ‘Comment’ on the NCEM post on the Ryedale Mumbler News Page on Facebook.
The National Centre for Early Music, St Margaret’s Church, Walmgate, York, Y01 9TL
T: 01904 658338