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Sat 20 Jun 2020

The Gingerbread Man

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  • Matinee

    Saturday, 20 Jun

    14:00

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Times
2:00pm Sat

Venue Main House, York Theatre Royal

Age 3+

Price £15 Adult | £9 Child

The Gingerbread Man

Sat 20 Jun 2020

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Dates

Sat 20 Jun 2020

Times

2:00pm Sat

Running Time

Venue

Main House, York Theatre Royal

Age

3+

Price

£15 Adult | £9 Child

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Part of Little Feet Festival

Imagine being born in an oven and the first person you meet wants to dunk you in his tea!

Come and see the adventure of the deliciously smelling Gingerbread Man who finds his feet fast and sets off on the journey of a lifetime!

Up and down and into town our Gingerbread Man must use his wits to escape anyone who finds him tasty. Is he faster than a Goose? Can he cross a river using a Fox as a raft? Are Gingerbread Men allowed on trains?

Come and join in his epic quest and meet the bravest biscuit of all times!

Stuff and Nonsense apply their usual brilliance with a mix of puppetry, live action, great music, humour and a stunning staging in this exciting and pacey retelling of this well-loved classic tale. Suitable for families of all ages, even if you are three or eighty-three! No scary bits – just don’t turn up hungry! Now run, run, as fast as you can, you need to get tickets to catch this Gingerbread Man!

Created with public funding from Arts Council England, support from The Berry Theatre, Hedge End & The Point Eastleigh, with additional support from Salisbury Playhouse and The Lyric Theatre Bridport.

Credits

Produced by

Stuff and Nonsense

Director

Niki McCretton

Assistant Director

Ed Trotter

Puppetry

Holly Miller

Composer

Matt Huxley

Lyricist

Toby Gascoigne

Design & Set Build

James Lewis, Tin Shed Scenery

Costume

Rebecca Lewis

Lighting Design

Ollie Titterington

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