Sneaky Experience in partnership with Leeds Young Film Festival are excited to present this classic film, loved by young and old. In true Sneaky style, we’ll be providing so much more than the movie with lots of scrumdiddlyumptious experiences on the way…..
Meet Charlie, 50 years after he inherited
the factory from his old friend Mr. W.
Unfortunately Charlies friends and helpers have developed a disease called Oompas Twittyitus. This means they have struggled to maintain some of the machines, and the ‘Big Sweetener’ machine which makes the main secret ingredient now needs some new parts to fix it.
Charlie has decided to welcome a team of children into the Factory (much like Mr W did before him) in order to gain some help fixing the machines. This is your official invitation asking for help.
THIS BITS IMPORTANT…..
Charlie asks if each child can bring along an object from their homes (empty yoghurt pot, pipe cleaner, empty drinks carton ……you get the picture). Your bits and bobs will help Charlie fix the broken Sweetener Machine….all will be revealed after the film.
Charlie and his team of Oompas will provide you with a map which will introduce you to a promenade of sensory experiences throughout the Town Hall.
Some rooms will present challenges which will need to be fixed before you move on. There may be some messages which need decoding – these messages will help find the ingredients for the Marvellous Medicine the Oompas need to drink in order to be cured of Oompas Twittyitus.
DURING THE FILM
Each child will be provided with a ‘prop pack’ – Charlie and his team will show you how to use these treats throughout the film.
Don’t forget to bring your imagination, as ‘tremendous things are in store for you! Many wonderful surprises await you!ʼ.
Venue: Leeds Town Hall, Victoria Hall, The Headrow, Leeds LS1 3AD
Dates: 25th - 28th March 2016
Times: 10am - 1pm | 2.30 - 5.30pm
Price: Child: £9 | Adult: £6 | Family (4 people): £23 | Cons: £5
Recommended Age: 5+
Tickets will be available for collection from city centre box office at the Carriageworks Theatre, Millenium Square until Thursday 24 March.
From 25-28 Mar they will be available to collect from the Town Hall from 9am on the day of the performance.