Dragons set to invade ancient Norwich hall

PUBLISHED: 12:18 10 February 2011

Dragons are set to mount a friendly invasion on a historic Norwich building this month.

A New Forest-based theatre company, The Dragons of Wye-ten, will be performing at Dragon Hall in King Street on February 21 and 22.

The first performance of each day will start at 11am with Dragon Hood and the Golden Arrow, a show that finds Maid Marion in danger from the Sheriff in Nottingham Castle and the only ones who can rescue her are Dragon Hood and his Merry Mice.

Then at 1pm Dragons Interactive gives the audience the chance to become the puppeteers and script writers. Finally at 3pm, The Dragon Quest tells the tale of Princess Emma whose father, the King, says she should be married. To find a suitable suitor, he challenges his knights to be the first to bring back the head of a Dragon. The winner will win the Princess’s hand in marriage, but she is friends with the Dragons and disagrees, taking matters into her own hands.

Each show will last about an hour and there will be dragon-inspired refreshments available. All three shows are suitable for all ages.

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