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5 Reasons to Watch 'Jason and the Argonauts' at the Unicorn (6-12yrs)

When the #busstopkids and I were invited to review this show at the Unicorn last weekend, I had to do a some research on what happened to Jason in this particular Greek Myth, incase the kids asked me any questions! 569 more words

Family Time

Jason and the Argonauts

Review written by Flossie Waite
A Unicorn production
Reviewed at Unicorn Theatre
Performances until 21st October
For ages 6-12

In the sport of the Gods, people are just pawns; as Zeus and Hera battle it out, Jason is caught in the crossfire of their video-game competition. 422 more words

Children's Theatre