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WIN: Family passes to see the giggle-filled new kids' show Woolly's Quest

The latest production from Branar is perfect for audiences aged four and up.

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A TREAT FOR the whole family to enjoy, Woolly’s Quest is a new Irish production by Branar Téatar do Pháistí.

It follows the story of Woolly: the first sheep who dared to be adventurous and discover what happens to her wool after it is shorn off.

A one-of-a-kind production, Woolly’s Quest is told through both English and Irish and features music, song and puppetry.

Woolly’s Quest will tour across Ireland this spring – and, to celebrate, we’re giving readers of TheJournal.ie‘s Family Magazine the chance to head along. 

We have two family passes to give away: one pass for Galway’s Town Hall Theatre on March 23 at 3pm, and one for The Everyman, Cork on April 6 at 3pm. Family passes cover two adults and two kids.

Landscape Production Shot Woolly's Quest Photocred Anita Murphy Source: Woolly's Quest

Want to be in with a chance of winning?

Simply email your name and choice of show (Galway or Cork) to competitions@thejournal.ie with ‘Family Magazine – Woolly’s Quest’ in the subject line. Don’t forget to subscribe to our Family Newsletter below too!

If you’re not lucky enough to win on this occasion, visit branar.ie to book your family day out.

Prize is a family pass to either of the specified Woolly’s Quest shows. Family pass comprises two adult tickets and two children aged 4+. No cash alternative offered. Winner will be contacted via email. Full Journal Media T&Cs here. 

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