The Lamb Who Lost Her Jump – a musical show

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The Lamb Who Lost Her Jump – A delightful tale of a lamb in search of her jump.
 
On her travels she meets all sorts of jumping, leaping friends – from the riverbank to the skies and the hills of Shepherd’s Bush. With the help of singing, dancing and instruments could her jump be just around the corner? A delightful musical treat from the masters of instrumental storytelling: The Music House for Children.

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