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Al Murray is the pub landlord who holds forth on all manner of topics, waxing wide about the state of the world with all the skewed logic of a bar room philosopher. Anyone who has spent even the smallest amount of time in a pub will recognise these immaculate observations of British pub culture.
A shepherd boy, who watched a flock of sheep near a village, wanted some amusement during the long days he spent on the hillside guarding his sheep. So he decided to play a joke on his neighbours... So Aesop’s fable goes. The consequences are disastrous. ‘There is no believing a liar, even when he speaks the truth’ runs the moral of the story. But why did no-one take the time to stop and ask why the shepherd boy cried ‘Wolf’? Exploring this well-known story, young audiences will be invited to step into the drama of the shepherd boy’s world. Age 7-9
Inspired by the famous Aesop fable, this wonderful play has a gifted ensemble of actor musicians who play the delightful characters, funny sheep and perhaps a scary wolf or two... Suitable for 3+ and their families
Dicken's original story of Ebenezer Scrooge and the ghosts of Christmas past, present and yet to come. This story has been adapted many many ways but the true magic and the great mix of fright and delight comes only from returning to the original.
Get into the Christmas spirit with three nights of ho-ho-ho hilarity with a festive sprinkling, perfect for a night out with friends or an alternative office party.
Let 2015 bring you plenty of laughs - including those from our ever popular comedy cellar, offering you a series of the very best stand-up talent, this month with Shazia Mirza and Jonathan Pelham.
Radio 4 sitcom artist Count Arthur Strong, a former variety star who suffers malapropisms, memory loss and a variety of befuddlements and confusions.
Jack a young boy from a poor family, exchanges the family cow for some magic beans. The beans grow overnight into a huge beanstalk which Jack climbs into the clouds, arriving at a magical land ruled over by a cruel giant. Jack battles the giant and decides to rescue a young princess held captive in the giant's castle.
Perrier nominee and cult comedy performer.
Versatile singer/organist, John Shuttleworth, wants to share fond memories of his favourite past weekends. However, a typo on the poster means John is obliged to spend the evening paying homage to his next-door neighbour and sole agent - the diminutive Ken Worthington. He'll probably end up doing both! In this brand new show, Shuttleworth will perform classic tunes such as Two Margarines and I Cant Go Back To Savoury Now as well as new ditties like Bitter Sweet Memories and Relatives In Rotherham.
With a cast of students from age three years, Katie Philpott School of Dance will be taking you on an exciting song and dance extravaganza, in a tribute to the world's most famous artists and well known musicals.
Motionhouse Theatre are celebrated for their intensely physical choreography danced with style and abandon, stunning sets and a unique theatrical vision.
Following on from their focus of water in Scattered, Broken continues Motionhouse's exploration of elemental themes, this time looking at earth. Using multiple layers of scrolling film and Motionhouse's highly physical dance style, Broken creates an intriguing computer game-esque world of tunnels and burrows, shifting perspectives and see-sawing slopes and platforms. From hanging in suspense to diving for support, the dancers negotiate the cracks and craters of this world of illusions where nothing is quite as it seems.
A puppet play for children aged 3 to 7 and their families. When the Pied Piper plays his flute the rats run, the greedy mayor rubs his hands and the children dance... Norwich Puppet Theatre's humorous and irresistible one person show combines a skilful mix of puppetry, foot-tapping music and storytelling and will have audiences young and old entranced.
Recommended Age: 3+. Running time: 45mins (no interval)
Mistaken identity, lust and class are at the heart of this classic comedy set in the rustic England of the 1760s. Sub-titled The Mistakes of a Night. A rich handsome single man, Marlow, is very good at chatting up barmaids, but bashful in front of society ladies. The he falls for Miss Kate Hardcastle and things start to go wrong when his friend persuade him that her family home is in fact the local inn!
Age guideline: 14+