Performed live exclusively for The Town House Hamilton and Lanark Memorial Hall.
“A good story can take you all around the world without even leaving your room”
Join an adventurous young girl and her seafaring father as they reimagine the story of a tiny snail’s incredible trip around the world on the tail of a great big, grey-blue humpback whale.
Live music, storytelling and plenty of audience interaction bring the story vividly to life in this heart-warming adventure for everyone aged four and up.
This is not a pre-recorded video – anything could happen!
Every ticket you buy will help support the work of Tall Stories, the Town House Hamilton and Lanark Memorial Hall. Come and join the adventure!
£10 Group tickets for any number of children and grown-ups watching on one device.
£15 We would hugely appreciate an extra contribution if you can spare it.
£20 If you’re feeling generous and would like to contribute a little more to help Tall Stories (a registered charity) and the Town House and Lanark Memorial Hall continue their work.
Suitable for Ages: 4+
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Snail and the Whale LIVE STREAM TOUR Hamilton Lanark
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