Little Red Robin Hood – Indoor Puppet Theatre25 October 14:00
A long time ago in a deep dark wood,
Lived a brave strong lad who loved Grandma’s pud,
And his name was Little Red Robin Hood!
A merry mix up in the forest when Little Red Riding Hood cannot be found. Luckily Robin Hood agrees to go on a quest to take some cakes and flowers to Grandma. Will he stay on the path or will he discover the big bad wolf who looks a bit like the Sheriff of Nottingham?
Garlic Theatre presents a funny, slapstick, glove puppet show with beautifully crafted puppets, clowning and gentle humour.
“One of the BEST PLAYS EVER! Finally a 21st Century play. Very ethical and full of FUN!!”
Audience member at Norwich Puppet Theatre June 2017
The performance is 45 minutes with time at the end to show puppets and answer any questions from the public.
Suitable for ages 2 – 7 but younger and older children are welcome.
Running time 45 minutes (no interval)
Venue: Shaw House
Thursday 25 October 2018 | House and café open from 10am | Performance 2pm
Tickets: £9 Adult; £7 Child
Available from Shaw House 01635 279279 or online.
The Corn Exchange (Newbury) provide box office services, including online booking, for selected events. Where online booking is available you will be directed to a booking page hosted by The Corn Exchange. Online bookings are subject to a £1 booking fee per ticket. Participatory workshops will be exempt from the booking fee.
The bookings page is universal to the Corn Exchange website, please note that the information regarding wheelchair seats and group discounts do not apply to West Berkshire Heritage event.
BOOKING AT THE VENUE
Bookings made in person, or by telephone at Shaw House, West Berkshire Museum or the Corn Exchange Box Office will be processed free of charge.
Please note, a £1 booking fee will be applied to tickets purchased from the Corn Exchange by telephone and online. Fees for telephone purchases are capped at £6, online purchases are not capped. To see the full terms and conditions visit http://www.westberkshireheritage.org/tcs