Be Happy Harry Hippo
Hodgepodge Theatre presents
Harry Hippo has lost his smile and can’t seem to get it back. No matter what he tries or where he looks, Harry can’t find his smile anywhere. What will he do?
Join Hodgepodge Theatre on their quest to deliver the ultimate pick-me-up to one of the world’s most massive mammals. We’ll need all the help we can get as we take Harry on a journey to remember all of the things that make him smile and what makes him truly happy.
Featuring puppetry, comedy and lots of audience interaction, let Hodgepodge Theatre put a smile on your face with their award winning show. Winner of 'Best kids show' - Swindon Fringe Festival 2018
Age guidance: 3+
- Saturday, January 26, 2019
Luton Central Library is located in St. George's Square between the Mall Shopping Centre and the Galaxy Centre.
Luton Central Library has the widest selection of novels, non-fiction books, newspapers and magazines. The books are available in different formats - large print, paperback or on CD. There is also a good selection of music and film CDs and DVDs. There are computers available for library members on the ground, first and second floors. Wi-fi is available on all floors.
The ground floor has the children's library, quick choice selection of books and quick use public computers.
On the first floor you will find the main enquiry point where staff will be able to help you find what you want. A fax service is available here.
The second floor is the quiet study area. The Family History room are on this floor. Please ensure your mobile phone is switched off or is on silent in this area.
The third floor has a multi-faith room and conference rooms.
The Central Library has five flexible spaces for conferences. See Venue Hire for more information.
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