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Into the Wild! Family Theatre Show

Wilder the Gorilla and her baby Monty-Alan invite you to join our playful theatrical experience where you (the audience) get to go wild!

Join us for a magical 30 minutes, to celebrate the amazing creatures on this planet and the wonderful world they live in.
Become the animal you love by putting on especially-designed 'BIG Animal Ear Phones' and getting fully immersed in the action. This show will be an exciting adventure that will have you dancing like a wild thing and discovering your inner conservation hero - and how you are supporting our amazing conservation work - along the way.
Into the Wild! is created by award-winning Bristol theatrical company Bakehouse Factory to celebrate Bristol Zoo Gardens' BIG Summer Send-Off.
Arrive on time to pick up your BIG Animal Ear Phones and get into your animal alter-ego before claiming your space in the jungle (in our very own Terrace Theatre). Children to be accompanied by their grown up!
Tickets are valid for the selected date and performance only.
Please be aware that a show ticket is not a ticket to Bristol Zoo Gardens. You must also purchase a Bristol Zoo Gardens ticket here in order to attend the show.

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Selected date: 21 July
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Ticket classifications:
-Adult is classed as aged 15 and over
-Child is classed as aged 2-14 years inclusive
-The show is suitable for children aged 4 and above, but can be enjoyed by all
-Babes in arms (unless participating and requiring headphones) can accompany for free without a ticket
-All children must be accompanied by an adult
-One adult may accompany muliple children, with tickets purchased for each participant
-Disabled adults or children can bring one carer with them free of charge when they pay full adult/child price. This ticket must be booked in advance. Evidence of eligibility will be requested, which may include a Blue Badge, statement of special educational needs from LEA or NHS, or a letter from a medical professional on NHS headed paper.



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