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"A perfect introduction to theatre… absorbing and accessible" Plymouth Herald
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"A perfect introduction to theatre… absorbing and accessible" Plymouth Herald
"Wow wow wow! These productions are amazing! So funny, clever, totally entertaining" ★★★★★ Audience member on The Emperor's New Clothes
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"Wow wow wow! These productions are amazing! So funny, clever, totally entertaining" ★★★★★ Audience member on The Emperor's New Clothes
"A must see for the whole family" - ★★★★★ Audience member on The Emperor's New Clothes
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"A must see for the whole family" - ★★★★★ Audience member on The Emperor's New Clothes
"Huge smiles all round, we haven’t stopped talking about it since!" ★★★★★ Audience member on The Gingerbread Man
2018-02-26T10:10:03+00:00
"Huge smiles all round, we haven’t stopped talking about it since!" ★★★★★ Audience member on The Gingerbread Man
"Stuff and Nonsense make the world a better place." - Chris Chibnall (Broadchurch, Doctor Who)
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"Stuff and Nonsense make the world a better place." - Chris Chibnall (Broadchurch, Doctor Who)
"One of the most delightful ways to while away 50 minutes" The Stage on 3 Little Pigs
2018-02-26T10:11:30+00:00
"One of the most delightful ways to while away 50 minutes" The Stage on 3 Little Pigs
"Outstanding children's theatre." - ★★★★★ Audience member on The Enormous Turnip
2018-02-26T10:05:09+00:00
"Outstanding children's theatre." - ★★★★★ Audience member on The Enormous Turnip
"Enchants the child in every adult" The Stage on 3 Little Pigs
2018-02-26T10:11:41+00:00
"Enchants the child in every adult" The Stage on 3 Little Pigs
"Can’t wait to see other performances. Sorry to say you're stuck with us now!!" ★★★★★ Audience member on The Gingerbread Man
2018-02-26T10:11:54+00:00
"Can’t wait to see other performances. Sorry to say you're stuck with us now!!" ★★★★★ Audience member on The Gingerbread Man
"Puppetry, live music and good old-fashioned charm are sprouting up left, right and centre" The Stage on The Enormous Turnip
2018-02-26T10:11:09+00:00
"Puppetry, live music and good old-fashioned charm are sprouting up left, right and centre" The Stage on The Enormous Turnip
"A fabulous production, so cleverly put together!" ★★★★★ Audience member on The Gingerbread Man
2018-02-26T10:09:48+00:00
"A fabulous production, so cleverly put together!" ★★★★★ Audience member on The Gingerbread Man
"They've done it again - a simple tale, enchantingly told." - The Stage
2018-02-26T10:09:02+00:00
"They've done it again - a simple tale, enchantingly told." - The Stage

New show announcement!

We are delighted to announce the creation of a brand new show.

Stuff and Nonsense Theatre Company, ARC and The Albany present:
The Man Who Wanted to be a Penguin

This is the story of an extraordinary explorer and pioneering problem-solver. Planning his latest mission to the Antarctic he is learning to speak Penguin and hopes that you will too! Through puppetry and song, this playful show celebrates wild creativity and the joy of individuality.

Two periods of Research and Development have already taken place, to explore key themes, including workshops with numerous schools to test ideas with young audience members and incorporate their thoughts and responses. Creation will begin  mid-May, now that funding is place. The show will open for its first three-week seasonal run at ARC Stockton in December 2019, and its second run will be at The Albany, Deptford, December 2020.

The Man Who Wanted to be a Penguin will be suitable for all the family, from ages 3 and up. We can’t wait to get started, and will keep you updated with pictures and videos as soon as we can.

We’re incredibly grateful to our partners for helping us to realise this new work.The Man who wanted to be a Penguin is co-commissioned by ARC Stockton and The Albany, supported using public funding by the National Lottery through Arts Council England, with additional support from The Lyric, Bridport and The Point, Eastleigh.

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