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shoofly theatre

28 October
2.30 pm 

Two, Four, Six, Eight

Craig has been invited to his best friend’s Birthday Party.

There is an invitation to read, presents to wrap, cakes to buy and a house to find.

Who will explain the rules of Musical Chairs?

Will there be enough balloons?

 

Using music, toys and far too much wrapping paper, Shoofly Theatre have created a funny and charming journey into the world of numbers for Nursery, Reception,Year One children and their families.

 

Shoofly Theatre are actor/director Craig Edwards and designer Katie Sykes.

They are highly experienced theatre makers and have been involved in a number of critically acclaimed family productions including:

 

Travelling Light: How Cold My Toes, Boing! Sammy & The Snow Leopard, Three Kings.

Tobacco Factory: Cinderella, 101 Dalmations, The Ugly Duckling, The Borrowers.

Bristol Old Vic: Treasure Island, Sleeping Beauty, Jane Eyre.

The Egg: Around The World In 80 Days, Taking Flight.

Scamp Theatre: Stick Man, Tiddler & Other Terrific Tales.

Living Spit: Craig has directed all their shows!

" How to shepherd a gaggle of restlessly excitable three and four year olds through the joys of elementary number play? Bristol company Shoofly Theatre ( aka comic actor Craig Edwards and director/designer Katie Sykes, both regulars on the Bristol/Bath children's theatre landscape) look to have cracked it in this wide-eyed, exuberant little gem. 

There's a sense of energy and wonder at the world that feels utterly genuine- and which should inspire a love of numbers, and of theatre, in audiences of all ages." *****

I really liked it when he was eating his fingers.”     Ella  Mae aged 6

 

“The funniest part was when he was looking for himself.”  Rosie aged 5

 

“The best bit was when the dog answered the door.”      Jacob aged 5

RUNNING TIME 45 mins 

 

AGE RECOMMENDATION 3+

 

TICKETS £8

​TIME 2.30 pm

Unit 5 Queens Square Clevedon BS21 6HX

Theatre Shop is in the pedestrianised square behind B&M Bargains, tucked between Superdrug and Boots.

We recommend parking in B&M Bargains car park and  walking across Queens Square where you'll find Theatre Shop.

 

Theatre Orchard and Living Spit met in 2012. Their eyes locked across a crowded room and they decided to get together and turn an empty shop into a theatre.

They named their bundle of joy “Theatre Shop”. It’s 5 years old this year and is now run by The Theatre Shop CIC, a brand new not-for-profit company.