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Imaginations never grow old
This December, The Point invites you to tiptoe into Timothy Yeti’s cave to sip on imaginary hot cocoa and to listen to heart-warming stories….
And that’s when I saw him
A yeti asleep!
Is it a monster?
No, it’s just Timothy!
Following on from the success of SNUG last December, our magical, immersive and interactive storyworld is back for little ones aged 5 and under to enjoy with their families and caregivers of all ages.
Journey into Timothy Yeti’s cave for a spot of company and to snuggle up for a story of love, family and friendship.
Timothy Yeti’s cave is open between:
9.30am - 12.30pm and 1.30pm - 3.30pm
Thursday 7th - Saturday 9th December
(Closed Sunday 10th December)
Monday 11th – Wednesday 20th December
(Closed Sunday 17th December)
Storytelling sessions take place at:
9.45am, 10.45am, 11.45am and 2.45pm
How does it work?
Throughout the day, enjoy one of the four storytelling sessions or just visit the cave to read, play or relax outside of these times. There are books and activities available to enjoy during the cave opening times.
Timothy’s storybook Timothy the Yeti is available to purchase via our website or from our Box Office or café bar, so you can get to know Timothy ahead of your visit or take something away to remember him by.
There is no need to book to visit the cave or for a storytelling session but please note that storytelling sessions have a limited capacity so we cannot guarantee entry and you may have to wait until the next session. We would recommend arriving early.
An average visit to Timothy Yeti's cave is around 45 minutes to an hour. Storytelling sessions last approx. 15 minutes.
We’ve kept Yeti free because we believe everyone should be able to experience its magic. If you can contribute, we would gratefully welcome a suggested donation of £5 per person to help create an Eastleigh for everyone. Donations can be made in advance via the link below or on the door.
We ask all visitors to Yeti to remove their shoes upon entry and no food or drink are allowed in Timothy’s cave.
Yeti has been built with sustainability in mind for future generations of people, animals and yetis.
Writer / Director: Charlotte Cassey
Book Illustration: Zoe Barker
Set / Lighting Design: Tim Slater
Puppetry Design, Build / Direction: Claire Roi Harvey
Composer / Sound Design: David Lewington
Storyteller: Minnie Wilkinson
With special thanks to
Fine Arts Students at Eastleigh College
All the staff at The Point and Berry Theatres with a special mention for Gabby Pearce for her exceptional creativity