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Coronavirus Update

Following recent Government announcements, we regret to announce that Cornerstone will close to the public with immediate effect 

The safety of our customers, participants, volunteers, performers, artists, and staff members is paramount to us as we navigate these unprecedented times.  This action is being taken purely as a precautionary measure and not as a result of any suspected or confirmed cases of Coronavirus (COVID-19) reported at the venue. 

We understand you may be disappointed if you have booked to see a show or have signed up to a workshop or class during this period. Where possible we are looking to post-pone and reschedule events. You will be entitled to a refund if an event has been cancelled or if you are unable to make the rescheduled date. We will be in touch with all bookers in due course. Please bear with us during this time as we have a large number of customers to contact.

We are closely following government advice and will keep you up-to-date as the situation changes and thank you for understanding and continued support at this challenging time.

 
Yana and the Yeti at Cornerstone, Didcot

Ticket Information

Prices: £9.50, Concs £7.50

Age guidance: 5yrs+

This show is part of Cornerstone's Youth Festival running from Sun 16 to Sun 23 Feb.

Yana and the Yeti

Sunday 23 Feb 2020 2:30pm

Tags: Family and Children's

Imagine being far, far from home and all alone, arriving in a remote snow-bound village, surrounded by dense forest and strange noises. This is how Yana’s story begins. She can’t understand a word anyone says and the other children tease her with tales of mythical mountain monsters. Then things start to get really hairy....

Featuring exquisite music, Arctic landscapes and a cast of extraordinary puppets, Yana and the Yeti is aimed at family audiences. This is a dark, funny and poignant tale of a small child’s determination to be understood and her discovery that friends can come in the most unexpected shapes and sizes.

This show was made in Northern Norway, above the Arctic Circle where Yetis still exist. 

Reviews

“Magical, beguiling, emotional and eye-wideningly beautiful” - Bristol 24/7

“A delightfully designed family show” - The Stage ★★★★

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