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Sun 21st Oct at 1:00pm & 3:30pm

How Lion Became King of Tinga Tinga Land

@ Lincoln Performing Arts Centre, Lincoln

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How Lion Became King of Tinga Tinga Land

A fun packed adventure for all children aged between 3 and 11 years of age.
It follows the adventure of the Wise Old Bird 'Banjoko' who decides that the land of Tinga Tinga should have a King, and how he sets about finding the suitable Animal worthy to wear the crown of Tinga Tinga land.

On his journey Banjoko meets the Cheeky Monkey, a Kind but Goofy Giraffe, a Groovy Zebra called and a very Proud Lion. Each animal in the show brings a unique character to the stage and a special story and song which the audience is invited to sing. The journey starts and finishes in a lively manner keeping everyone's toes a-tapping.

An East African-inspired combination of musical and children's party, set on the imaginary African Plain of Tinga Tinga Land. Five performers and two drummers lead kids and their families through a high-octane story full of music, puppets, dancing, and lots of things to join in with. Children and their families will learn about the characters and hear their stories, and will sing songs, play drums, learn dances and do group activities.

N.B. This is not a tiger aspect production but written by Iain Lauchan and Brian Hill for Barisons Productions Ltd.

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Venue Facts

Venue: Lincoln Performing Arts Centre


Address:
University Of Lincoln
Brayford Pool

Lincoln
LN6 7TS 53.228832, -0.549222


Lincoln Performing Arts Centre map


Website: lpac.co.uk


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