The Secret Garden – A Musical Storytelling Show

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Part of STORYSTOCK 2016

The Music House for Children’s new spring show inspired by The Secret Garden, a musical story-tale with animals, action and adventure.

The Secret Garden by Frances Hodgson Burnett tells the story of Mary Lennox and her discovery of a buried key to a magical walled garden. With the help of a friendly robin redbreast and a boy called Dickon, they enter an enchanted world of animals, nature and music. This is one of the most famous depictions of the power of nature and the determination of the imagination in children’s literature. Join The Music House for Children as they bring it to life for the younger audience in this interactive musical performance.

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