THE Snail and the Whale continue their slow journey around the region, arriving at Stantonbury Campus this Sunday to delight youngsters of all ages.
Tall Stories (creators of the Gruffalo and Room on the Broom stage shows) present their latest collaboration with Julia Donaldson and Axel Scheffler.
A tiny snail longs to see the world, so she hitches a lift on the tail of a huge humpback whale. Together they go on an amazing journey, experiencing sharks and penguins, icebergs and volcanoes. The little snail is amazed by it all, but starts feeling very small in the vastness of the world.
The Snail and the Whale combines physical storytelling, live music and lots of laughs – for everyone aged 4 and up. Sunday at 2.30pm. For tickets call the box office 01908 324422 or go online www.stantonbury.org.uk
* THE Luton Road Wind Ensemble will be making a return visit to Linslade Methodist Chapel, in Mentmore Road at 3pm this Saturday.
There will be a collection for Brain Tumour Research and refreshments will be served in the Chapel Hall afterwards.
*GARDENERS can indulge themselves this Saturday when the Third Claydon Seed Swap takes place at Claydon House (under the Clock Tower), Middle Claydon, near Winslow, MK18 2EX from noon to 5pm. It has been organised by West Bletchley Garden Club. Bring seeds gathered from your vegetables and flowers and swap them, packet for packet, for other seeds. And if you’ve no seeds to swap then a 50p per packet donation secures a rich harvest.