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One snowy night a young Icelandic boy called Nonni wakes up to find that Gullbra, the special sheep his father has asked him to look after, has vanished. With only his extraordinary dog Titla for company he sets out to find him. This is the beginning of Nonni's remarkable adventure into a world of volcanoes, waterfalls and all sorts of strange and magical creatures. Set far away in the arctic circle, this beautiful mystical tale will fire the imaginations of young children and delight all the family. Age 4-8 and their friends. Supported by BarclaysPerformers Peter Ashmore (Nonnie), Tony Bell (Bjartur), Joyce Henderson (Titla), Keith Macpherson (Gullbra).
Author Charles Way. Producer Chichester Festival Theatre. Director Andy Brereton. Design Gary McCann. Lighting Gerry Amies. Music Janie Armour.
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