Belfast Telegraph

Tuesday 2 September 2014

Belfast Festival at Queen’s: Leon's Enchanted Garden

Botanic Gardens, 14 Oct 2010 - 23 Oct 7:00pm

Make your way through Botanic Gardens following the illuminated pathway that leads you through a wonderful world filled with all manner of delights and distractions.

Imagine a forest of twinkling trees where you will encounter a variety of creatures and beasties, faeries and pixies, all living in a place where music is in the air and magic is everywhere. A topsy-turvy world where the unexpected can happen at any moment. . . . A fun filled extravaganza for all the family.



Cahoots NI brings to life the leafy glades and quiet corners of the Botanic Gardens in their latest ‘walk-about’ adventure Leon’s Enchanted Garden.



Time: Open from 7.00pm - 9.30pm



Tickets: £3



Botanic Gardens has limited capacity at any one time and advance booking is advised. You will be provided with wristbands which will gain you admission to the gardens. If you leave the gardens and wish to return, you will only be re-admitted subject to there being spare capacity.



Presented in association with Belfast City Council.

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