Wishworks at The Festival of Water

Wishworks’ The Terror of the Deep tells a cautionary tale

Wishworks is performing their puppet show The Terror of the Deep at the Railway Land’s Festival of Water this Sunday, 23 June. From what I’ve heard about their shows – and read about this one – it sounds enchanting.

In line with the festival’s aquatic theme, the show takes an irreverent look at marine conservation. It teaches children the importance of looking after our oceans, as they watch Roxy the Rabbitfish learn that man is the scariest creature in the sea.

Wishworks shows are all about voluntary participation and laughter. Afterwards children can meet the puppets.

The Festival of Water is free and will be running from 2-5pm.

The Terror of the Deep will be staged at 2.30pm and 4pm in the Hidden Glade.

Image courtesy of Wishworks.

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