Looking For Nessie By Talking Heads Puppets
West End Festival: Do you believe in the Loch Ness Monster? Come along to Scottish Mask and Puppet Centre and join the hunt!
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Summer holidays are nearly here and it will be time to look out for the Loch Ness Monster? What about Jack, can Angus convince him that Nessie exists? Laughter and fun, including Cheeky Robert and Ben in a Basket, Robert’s ever faithful and very funny dog!
In partnership with Glasgow West End Festival.
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