Enchanting puppet show in Lympstone
PUBLISHED: 16:44 11 November 2010 | UPDATED: 17:00 11 November 2010
THE Storybox Puppet Theatre Company’s innovative production of a favourite fairy tale will shortly be performed in Lympstone Village Hall.
Everyone said that Jack was stupid. Why? Because he sold a cow for five beans…
Everyone said that Jack was clever. Why? See the show and find out.
With a Celtic harp, Irish bodhran and tabletop puppets, internationally acclaimed storyteller Rod Burnett weaves a tall tale of high adventure, full of magic and humour, some cruelty, much ingenuity and eventual triumph over gigantic adversity!
The show is recommended for both primary school aged children (four to 11 years) and adults!
In the review in the Guardian, it said of the show: “Children sat enchanted...wide-eyed and open-mouthed.”
The Scotsman found it ‘Thoughtful, unafraid, empathetic, endlessly imaginative theatre for the young. ... puppetry of real skill’
Jack will be in Lympstone Village Hall at 2.30pm, on Saturday, November 13.
Tickets, costing £4, are on sale at Lympstone Post Office, on the door or by calling the organisers on (01395) 263928.