Beaconsfield Children’s Festival opens at Carriage House July 6
The creative team that brought Which Way to Wonderland, Pirates ARR Us! and A Wizard’s Tale is back at the Carriage House with a brand-new musical comedy this summer for the 2015 Beaconsfield Children’s Festival.
The Magical Maple Leaf Mystery tells the story of a detective duo faced with an unusual mystery: the maple leaf from the Canadian flag is missing.
Following clues through time and space, the young detectives explore an immense forest, take a train ride with a former prime minister, and meet a hockey legend. Through upbeat songs, dance and help from the audience, they eventually make an unexpected discovery that is truly Canadian.
It’s a family collaboration, based on a book written by Andrew and Sandy Zinck.
The Beaconsfield Children’s Festival runs Monday, Thursday and Friday from July 6 to Aug. 14. All performances take place at 11am in Beaconsfield’s Carriage House, located at the corner of Kent and West Streets in Charlottetown. Performances are suited for children 3-and older
Admission is $7.50 each.