Tuesday, 25 August 2009

Gingerbread Man at Lains Barn

The Gingerbread Man has certainly run away from some magnificent places in his attempts at finding somewhere better to live, but he would be hard pressed to improve on this one for his perfect home.
Dating in part from 1750, this listed timber building set in rural Oxfordshire with views over the Vale of the White Horse, and once a store for corn, was the perfect venue for our most popular play for the very young.
Yesterday, we entertained an almost full house and, despite the hot sunny weather, and with all "his run, run as fast as you can" our eponymous hero managed to keep his cool.
The kids had a wonderful time, as did all the mums, and a good many dads and grand folk.
We hope to be back there in the Autumn half term with two more of our favourite plays.
Many thanks Lains Barn for a glorious day.

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