Tweedy launches Golden Egg Hunt across Gloucestershire

Described as a 'most egg-citing' new trail, The Great Gloucestershire Golden Egg Hunt has been laid in ten countywide locations to celebrate the launch of the Everyman Theatre's new pantomime Mother Goose, with prizes up for grabs for families who find the eggs.

By Michelle Fyrne  |  Published
Hunt for golden eggs at ten locations across Gloucestershire to win the chance to see Tweedy in the Everyman Theatre's pantomime.

To celebrate its forthcoming new pantomime Mother Goose, the Everyman Theatre has laid ten golden eggs at iconic countywide locations for the new Great Gloucestershire Golden Egg Hunt.  

Launched just in time for families to find during the half term, from Monday 30 October until the end of November 2023, hunters can spot the golden eggs and share their finds on social media to be in with a chance of winning one of ten family tickets to this year's pantomime - which stars Tweedy as Mother Goose!  

With county locations spread out from Tewkesbury to Cinderford and Stroud to Bourton-on-the-Water, organisers say 'the more eggs you snap, the greater your chance of winning a family ticket for up to five  people to see Tweedy' using the hashtag #MotherGooseChelt.  

The locations across Gloucestershire include:

  1. John Lewis & Partners in Cheltenham
  2. Dunkertons Organic Cider in Cheltenham
  3. Crickley Hill in Gloucester
  4. Dobbies Garden Centre in Tewkesbury
  5. Octavia’s Bookshop in Cirencester
  6. Birdland in Bourton-on-the-Water
  7. Gloucester Brewery in Gloucester
  8. Dean Heritage Centre in Cinderford
  9. Stroud Brewery in Stroud
  10. WWT Slimbridge Wetland Centre near Stroud

There are 54 performances of Mother Goose at the Everyman Theatre throughout the festive season, between Friday 24 November 2023 and Sunday 7 January 2024, including audio-described and relaxed performances. 

This year, both Home-Start Stroud and Gloucester and Allsorts in the centre of Stroud are the charities that will be supported from the donations given by audience members. 

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