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image for Children's Performance item typeOpen Air Theatre – Ali Baba and the Forty Thieves at The Temple and Wanstead Park

Family Event, Wed 28 Aug 2019, £8.95-£14.95

Illyria in Wanstead Park

Illyria in Wanstead Park

Contact

The View Visitor Centre

Address

The Temple,
Wanstead,
London,
E11 2LT

Details

Young Ali Baba stumbles across an enchanted cave when he overhears the magic words that open it: “Open Sesame!”. Inside the cave he finds untold amounts of gold and jewels, and takes some of it home to show his wife. But what will he do when she chides him for stealing? Can he keep the secret from his jealous brother? And when the Robber King comes looking for the missing treasure supported by an army of 40 angry thieves – will he and his family survive?

Children welcomeDisabled access

There is a refreshment kiosk open at peak times for hot drinks and snacks by Perch Pond. There are public toilets at The Temple (open until dusk, 7 days a week). The ground floor of The Temple is fully accessible, the upper floor is reached by a sloping path and several shallow steps.

Event details

Dates Times
Wed 28 Aug 2019 16:00 to 18:10
Gates open at 3pm. Performance begins at 4pm.

Prices

Booking required: eppingforest.eventbrite.com or 020 7332 1911. Adult £14.95, Child (2-16) £8.95, Family (2 adults + 2 children) £40.

Location

Directions

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Map reference: TQ 416874  Lat: 51.56770 Long: 0.04166

The Temple and Wanstead Park are within 15 minutes’ walk from Wanstead station (Central Line). There is parking for holders of Disabled car badges alongside The Temple (vehicle access from Warren Drive) only.

Facilities

  • Children welcomeChildren welcome
  • Disabled accessDisabled access

There is a refreshment kiosk open at peak times for hot drinks and snacks by Perch Pond. There are public toilets at The Temple (open until dusk, 7 days a week). The ground floor of The Temple is fully accessible, the upper floor is reached by a sloping path and several shallow steps.