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The Emperors New Clothes
A brand new romp through a classic, eccentric tale, telling the story of an Emperor who loves clothes more than anything.
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Goldilocks & The 3 Bears
A thrilling new version of everyone's favourite Beary tale!
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The Elves and the Shoemaker
For sale – extraordinary handmade shoes!
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3 Little Pigs
You can huff and puff all you like, you're not getting in!
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Goldilocks & The 3 Bears

They only went out for a stroll... to let the food cool down. Ten minutes, tops. But when the three bears got home the house was a mess and Baby Bear's porridge had vanished completely! And that was just the beginning!

Broken chairs, unmade beds and a mysterious visitor who takes Baby Bear on a breathtaking adventure that turns his house and his world upside-down!

The dazzling Stuff and Nonsense return with a thrilling adaptation of everyone's favourite beary-tale! A brilliant mix of ingenious puppetry, music and mischievous moments for everyone in the family aged two and older than two!

"We took our wee beastie to Goldilocks today, his first ever theatre trip. When asked if he liked it, "No Mummy, I loved it!" I can't put it better!" ★★★★★

"A real feel-good, warm and fuzzy show. It was loved by all of the children (3 x 6 year olds, 2 x 4 year olds) and the grown ups!" ★★★★★

"Our 3-year-old granddaughter’s first theatre experience and a really brilliant one We’re still trying to work out how just 2 people managed to play so many parts! Quality entertainment."



Created using public funding by the National Lottery through Arts Council England, with additional support from
 The Point, The Berry Theatre, The Lyric Theatre Bridport, Gecko and Theatre Royal Plymouth.

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