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Dreamland, Margate unveils first ever puppetry season for the autumn

PUBLISHED: 11:00 07 September 2017 | UPDATED: 11:00 07 September 2017

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Host of events lined up during Sundays across September and October.

Dreamland in Margate is hosting its first ever puppetry season with a host of performances suitable for all age groups.

Running from September 17 to October 15, the events feature four plays, performances and activities taking place at the park on Sundays throughout the autumn.

The events include:

In Our Hands on September 17 by the award-winning Smoking Apples, featuring innovative puppetry, a striking set and an original score.

On September 24 it will be Fireside Tales with Granddad as he recalls a daring escape from a hungry shark.

The Girl and the Giraffe is on October 8 featuring charming puppetry and some beautiful storytelling and rounding it off on October 15 is an afternoon of arts and crafts.

Ticket prices vary for each event and are available at dreamland.co.uk/events.

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