Pigeon play for children to mark WW1 centenary

The educational theatre puppetry show, Pigeon, will be at Morley Town Hall next week.
The educational theatre puppetry show, Pigeon, will be at Morley Town Hall next week.
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A play aimed at children to mark the centenary of World War One will be making a special appearance at Morley Town Hall next week.

Lunabug Theatre’s Pigeon has been created for children aged six upwards and their families, offering an inventive, creative and inspiring theatre experience.

Audiences will be able to travel back 100 years to the battle fields of the Great War, when carrier pigeons saved lives by flying vital messages behind enemy lines.

The true story tells of one of the pigeons, who became known as Cher Ami.

Invited by the Morley 1914 programme, the show is brought by Lunabug Theatre, which is known for creating original theatre with a heart warming charm, blending visual imagery, sound and design in their playful storytelling.

To book a ticket for the show, which will be at Morley Town Hall on Wednesday September 17 at 4pm, contact morleyevents@live.co.uk or go to Morley Library. All are £3.