Since announcing the inaugural show last month, many people have been snapping up tickets which are set to give families a unique outdoor experience to look forward to in the winter months. However, organisers are aware that some nights, particularly weekend slots, are close to being full and don’t want people to miss out.
Helen Buchanan, General Manager at Glamis Castle, said:
“As we prepare for A Trail of Tales at Glamis Castle to launch next week, we are excited to be welcoming so many people, young and old, to experience our magical new light show.
Tickets are going fast so I would encourage anyone interested in coming along to book quickly to avoid missing out.”
The organisers are also proud that the production of A Trail of Tales at Glamis Castle has a local flavour, having joined forces with a range of local businesses to bring the magical show to life.
Angus-based outdoor event specialists Strathmore Event Services have partnered with the team at Glamis Castle to organise the inaugural light show .
Also, brought on board to realise the vision for the show are Dundee-based lighting specialists AML Event Hire and prop designer Helen Stephenson from Art of Display in Leith who will style the trail.
The team at Strathmore Event Services are delighted to have been able to work with so many great Scottish companies.
Kirsty Shanks, Events Sales Manager at Strathmore Event Services, said:
“It’s been really important to us to collaborate with and support local companies. Each has brought their own expertise to the table, all to create what is set to be a fantastic show. We are really excited for people to see A Trail of Tales at Glamis Castle.
The combination of light effects and story telling is going to be pure magic for children and grown-ups. For us, the best bit is seeing everything come together and people experiencing the event. I can’t wait for that.”
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