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Baby Boogie | Newry Arts Festival

Sticky Fingers Imaginarium, 10 Upper Edward Street, Newry, Down, BT35 6AX
Baby Boogie | Newry Arts Festival

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Sticky Fingers Arts present an interactive dance and music event with ambient lighting and moving images, creating a multi-sensory experience for children from 0 – 4 years and their grown-ups. Wiggling, waddling, crawling, jumping and lots and lots of giggling. BABY Boogie is a highly imaginative, sensory experience for little ones to experience music in a fun way.

BABY Boogie is all about using your imagination, joining in, and having fun.

Age: suitable for 0 – 4 years.

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Parent/Toddler£8.00 per ticket

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