It is the Fairy Queen’s Midsummer Night’s Party and Kirsty and Tim are both excited. They have everything they need – except one thing … a date. Secretly, they both want to go with each other, but neither has the courage to admit it. At the party in the forest, they are forced to be partners for the first dance and are both so embarrassed that they run away from each other as quickly as they can. Telling the truth about how they feel seems impossible, so Tim wishes for more confidence, and Kirsty wishes to change everything about herself … but this is no ordinary forest and wishes do come true. Suddenly confident and entirely changed, they both have some choices to make … instead of solving their problems they manage to make things worse. Angry and embarrassed, they come face to face. Will they keep up the fighting or will they finally be able to find the true courage to tell the truth?
Throughout May/June, KS2 pupils from West Norfolk will be working with visiting players from the Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment (OAE) to prepare for the concerts.
Children will then be invited back for the evening to become Young Ambassadors with the OAE and perform in a community concert for the general public at King’s Lynn Corn Exchange
This evening performance is suitable for the whole family!
Tickets: £4.50 adults, £2.50 children under 18, £10 family ticket (up to 4 people)
Book now: kingslynncornexchange.co.uk / 01553 764864