Building on the learning from the lantern event in 2013, which saw over 800 people join in a parade at Woodhorn Museum. We're now working with established artists Emergency Exit Arts on The Search for Fire.
bait Director Rachel Adam says, "Emergency Exit Arts are
renowned for creating spectacular outdoor performances all over the world, so
it's wonderful to be able to bring them to the region to work with artists and
community groups on the Search for Fire. We're especially delighted that so
many different community groups from South East Northumberland are involved in
creating a dramatic icy landscape for the Snow Queen and we can't wait to
welcome people to this fabulous, free family event at Woodhorn on 30 November.”
The Search for Fire will round off the Woodhorn Winter Weekend on Sunday 30 November from 4.30pm.
Bring your friends and family to Woodhorn for a free show filled with ice and fire.
The frosty Snow Queen has taken all the warmth from Northumberland. We need hundreds of people to join together to search for the fire to melt the Snow Queen's heart in time for Christmas.
The event will feature the Spark Drummers, spectacular bonfire and human Catherine Wheels!
Admission is free and a Park and Ride bus will be in operation. Check www.experiencewoodhorn.com for more details.