The Herd Theatre – Slime

Theatre |
22nd October 2019

Starts 2 pm & 4pm| Tickets £9.50 | U16 £7.50 | Studio

Being a slug is hard. Everyone thinks you’re disgusting.

Slug and Caterpillar are starving, and the only leaf left in the garden is just out of reach. Slug thinks they should work together. Get the leaf, eat the leaf, play a game, be friends. Caterpillar has other ideas. Slugs are gross, they’re covered in slime and they have terrible taste in music.

Things get sticky.

Enter Slug and Caterpillar’s world and sit in a giant garden to SQUISH, SQUELCH and PLAY your way through this hilarious, surreal show for 2-5 years and their families, told with a handful of words and lots of SLIME.

AGE GUIDE | Made for 2-5 yrs and their families. All ages welcome.
RUNNING TIME | 45 minute show + 15 minutes ‘stay and play’ after the show with Slug’s slime.
ACCESSIBILITY | BSL – The show uses integrated creative sign language | RP – Every show is a relaxed performance



INTRODUCING… #Slimetheshow squishy squelchy show for 2-5 yrs and their familiesSLUG is coming to Waterside Arts #Refract19 this July 25th-27th July touring to Waterside and local LibrariesSlimeing on over to Edinburgh Festival Fringe at Edinburgh Central Library for the whole FRINGE 2nd – 24th Augusts 11.15AM #makeyourfringe Pleasance Theatre

Posted by The Herd Theatre on Thursday, 11 July 2019


22nd October 2019

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