ANNABELLE’S SKIRTING BOARD ADVENTURE

Theatre |
7th March 2015

Sat 7 Mar | 2pm | £8.50/£6.50 U16
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Annabelle’s Skirtingboard Adventure is a brand new theatre show for young children which combines animation, film and music, all created live before the audience.

On stage is the furniture from a child’s bedroom, and Arthur, a boy who’s stuck at home, bored and wants an adventure.

With the help of the audience he imagines a tiny elephant called Annabelle, and her friend Icarus the moth.  Initially Arthur can’t understand Annabelle. She just sounds like someone trying to talk through a trumpet (to be exact she sounds like the musician Steve Pretty trying to talk through a trumpet).  But with the help of the audience Arthur, Annabelle and Icarus start to understand each other.

And the best thing is, when you’re as tiny as Annabelle a little bedroom becomes a huge mountain range.  So the quest to reach the top of the bookshelf begins!

Brought to you by HOWARD READ – creator of the hugely successful LITTLE HOWARD shows.

‘Annabelle’ is ideally suited for ages 3-6 and their big friends.

Discounts when you buy 2 family theatre shows.  Information will be shown in basket.

Venue: Theatre
Recommended age: 3-6 years

DATES & TIMES

7th March 2015

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