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Barmy Britain - Part Two! 'leaves the nasty bits in' to ensure real history is conveyed in a fun and memorable way with new songs and sketches for audiences aged 6 to 106! The shows serves up a profusion of funny facts and asks audiences 'Could you beat battling Boudicca?', 'Has William Wallace met his match?, 'Can evil Elizabeth entertain England?' before inviting them to 'move to the groove with party Queen Victoria'.
Recommended age: 6+. Running time 1hr
How The Koala Learnt To Hug has been adapted from his first collection of short stories which has just been published under the title How The Koala Learnt To Hug and Other Australian Fairytales. Written especially for parents to enjoy with their children, this is a charming tale about the magic of family and, of course, the importance of a nice warm hug! So join Steven and a host of wild characters including Natascha the Witch and Karen the Koala for some great stories, sing along songs, superb games and first class hugging. All you need are your ears. (And your arms!)
One day whilst out for a jog, Stick Man is pounced on by a playful dog. Mistaken for an ordinary stick, he is swept far away, being used for all sorts of things: from a flag mast to a cricket bat, a snowman's arm to firewood (well almost!). As his adventure unfolds, Stick Man ? lost and alone ? wonders if he will ever get back to the family tree. Passing through all the seasons and culminating in a joyful Christmas celebration (with an appearance by a certain portly gentleman dressed in red and white) Stick Man will delight children and their families, no matter the time of year. Three actors and a one-man-band combine with a host of colourful characters and animals to magically re-tell Stick Man's adventures. Music is played live, with a multitude of instruments.