PAST PRODUCTIONS

TALES FROM ARABIAN NIGHTS

Business is slow at Sheherazades Bazaar that is until a magical storyteller appears and revives the storytelling traditions of old.

 

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THE PRINCESS & THE PEA

A reimagining of Hans Christian Andersons short fairytale the Princess & the Pea. The Lazy Prince Percy and Green Fingers the royal vegetable grower embark on a quest to defeat a witch and bring back the sunshine to the cursed kingdom of nod.

DOWN THE RABBIT HOLE

The Queen of Heart's tarts have been stolen and now shes decreed a Jam Ban. White Rabbit Private eye is on the case. Can he unravel the truth in the underground world of Wonderland or is it off with his head!

 

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THE PIED PIPER OF HAMELIN

When Boris Bigbottom the Mayor of Hamelin is more interested in fast food chains then keeping his town clean the rats move in led by the jazzy King Rat. Luckily a super hero by the name of Pied Piper comes to the rescue and makes Mayor Bigbottom clean up his act.

GRIMM SWEET GRIMM

In a world of books and shadows the story collectors bring to life a selection of gripping and amusing fables to celebrate 200 years of the Grimm Fairy Tales . Both famous and unexplored including the Frog Prince, Little Red Cap, Paper Dress & The Star Money.

THE SNOW QUEEN

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BABA YAGA       BONY LEGS

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A MIDSUMMER NIGHTS DREAM

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"I felt like I was taken on a journey..such a creative beautiful piece, with so many fresh ideas, the use of multiple props and characters was endless & wonderful" Audience Member Arabian Nights

"Thoroughly enjoyed every moment. Very imaginative, interesting and creative. It kept my attantion and my 6 year old." Audience Member Arabian Nights

"Captured the essence and magic of bonkersdom, it was a great spin on a story worth celebrating." Audience member The Pied Piper of Hamelin

"What a truly enhanting experience and one of the best "Dream's" that I have seen. Performed with great energy and enthusiasm, wondering through the "Beeches" and letting the magic unfold." Audience member at A Midsummer Night's Dream

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