A mesmerising and interactive theatre performance aimed at young children and their families is coming to Pyramid Arts Centre on Sunday, November 5.

Fully Booked Theatre’s How Long is a Piece of String? focuses on String and Strong, two ‘gorgeously silly’ characters, as they try to understand the world around them and each another through touch and movement.

The dance theatre performance is themed around friendship and human contact and has been described by recent audiences as ‘engaging’, ‘full of energy’, ‘heartwarming’ and ‘joyful’.

The Arts Council supported Fully Booked Theatre was formed in 2017 by Canadian dance choreographer Jennifer Essex and poet Harry Man.

Warrington Guardian: The show will be in Warrington in November

They specialise in performances for families with the aim of bringing make believe to life.

How Long is a Piece of String? comes to Pyramid on Sunday, November 5, and is designed for youngsters aged between four and eight.

Tickets are on sale now. Visit pyramid.culturewarrington.org or call the box office on 01925 442345.