Tracks in the Snow - The Henry Girls
Back by popular demand this Christmas, follow the heavenly harmonies of The Henry Girls into an enchanting world of winter!
From sparkling icicles to wolves in the forest, the joy of sledding at high speed or the wonder of the Aurora Borealis on a frosty night, discover the magic and mysteries of the festive season.
And just what did make those tracks in the snow? Find out as the band’s playful humour and trademark folk and trad melodies celebrate some of the things we love to see and do when the world turns white.
Tracks in the Snow was commissioned and produced by The Ark as part of our work to create high-quality live music experiences crafted especially for young audiences. The show premiered at The Ark in Dec 2015.
Member discounts apply.
DATES & TIMES
Weekends & Holidays
Every Saturday 2-30 Dec & Sun 17, Thu 28 & Fri 29 Dec @ 2pm & 4pm
Thu 7 Dec @ 10.15am & 12.15pm & Sun 17 Dec @ 2pm
A relaxed performance information pack is available here, which may assist your child to prepare for the performance.
Fri 29 Dec @ 1.15pm - Free with your tickets for the 2pm show.
AGE RANGE & DURATION
Approx 50 mins
The Henry Girls
• Written & Performed by: The Henry Girls: Karen, Joleen & Lorna McLaughlin
• Double Bass: David Redmond
• Designer: Sinéad O'Hanlon
• Lighting Designer: Mark Galione
• Costume Designer: Niamh Lunny
• Movement Advisor: Sue Mythen
• Commissioned & Produced by:The Ark
• Animations : Sinead Woods
In the interests of the best possible experience for the audience and performers, we ask that you respect the age guide of the show. If you have any questions about the age guide then do contact our box office team via email or 016707788.
*The Concession price is available for Children accompanying third-level students, senior citizens and those in receipt of social security. Concession tickets can only be booked directly through the box office.
For preview performances on Fri 1 Dec and Sat 2 Dec (2pm only) all tickets are €9 for public or €4 for schools.
Published on 24 October 2017