Competition for children to design Little Red Riding Hood’s cloak for Norwich show
- Credit: supplied by The Garage
Children have been having fun creating cloaks for Little Red Riding Hood to wear in The Garage's Christmas show - and there is still time for budding young designers to send in their ideas for the Norwich venue's competition.
The Garage is teaming up with theatre company All-In Productions to present My First Panto: Little Red Riding Hood this December and is currently running a competition for children aged three to seven to design the title character's cloak.
Adam Taylor, The Garage's executive director, said: 'We have been bowled over by the amount and quality of the entries – one thing I can say with absolute certainty is Red is going to have an absolutely cracking cloak. The entries so far have really impressed us, from feathers to sequins, glitter to felt tip. There are such imaginative children across Norfolk. We're looking forward to having all the designs up in our foyer when the show is on and showing everyone how glorious they are.'
Entries close on October 30. For full details on how to enter the competition, visit www.thegarage.org.uk/blog/my-first-panto-colouring-competitionMy First Panto: Little Red Riding Hood is at The Garage from December 1 to 29 and is aimed at children aged two to seven and their families. For more information and to book tickets, visit www.thegarage.org.uk or call 01603 598646.
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