It will be staged at St Peter’s Church, Northampton from July 29-30
Join Albert Perks, the Station Porter, as he retells the exciting adventures that occur one summer.
It sees three children have to mysteriously move from a large Edwardian villa in London, to a small house situated close to The Great Northern and Western Railway in the Yorkshire dales.
The Northampton based company will be returning to the county having done a tour of the local area.
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It has been designed to be suitable for the entire family.
Tickets for the show are £10 for adults, £8 for concessions. Performances start at 2pm on both days. For more details visit www.lookingglasstheatre.com.