Easter Family Fun With Zog at St David’s Hall

LOOKING for the perfect family fun to keep your tiny tots entertained over the Easter holidays?

Well, look no further than beloved children’s story Zog, which comes live to the stage at St David’s Hall for six shows from Friday 26 – Sunday 28 April!

Not only is Zog a bestselling book, but it also captured the imagination of millions of kids across the UK when it was show on BBC One on Christmas Day last year with narration from Lenny Henry. Directed by Mike Shepherd, the programme also featured a fantastic folk score from acclaimed singer-songwriter Johnny Flynn and hilarious comic Tracey Ullman as the voice of Madame Dragon.

Having already collaborated on The Gruffalo in 1999, author Julia Donaldson and illustrator Axel Scheffler released Zog in 2010 and it’s been loved by children the world over ever since.

This heart-warming tale follows the story of a large and lovable creature named Zog, who is eager to win a Gold Star at Madame Dragon’s school. But there’s a few bumps along the way as he roars and burns his path through years one, two and three. Luckily, the plucky Princess Pearl patches him up ready to face his biggest challenge yet…a duel with Gadabout the Great!

Who will win though? Find out for yourself at St David’s Hall!

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