Shoe Baby
Calendar Saturday 19 October 2024 Clock 11:00

Shoe Baby

Shoe Baby is a magical puppet show! A fantastical sing-a-long adventure with a baby who takes to the sea, the air, the zoo all in a shoe! 
 
Shoe Baby is adapted from the book written by well known author, Joyce Dunbar, published by Walker Books. The music is written by talented musician Tom Gray of the award-winning band, Gomez.
 
The show is 30 minutes long with an extra 20 minutes of play and fun based around the show, including a shoe shop, a giant shoe, a make-a-town scene and more.
 
Aimed at 2-6 year olds.

"Parents are as transfixed as their children, some of whom are just over a year old. It was not only the most imaginative but the most philosophical piece of theatre I'd seen in ages." Richard Dyball - The Times

"There's a home-made charm to Polly Dunbar and Katherine Morton's puppets for this adaptation of Shoe Baby." The Stage

"Praise be then for the wonderful Shoe Baby puppet show…The music, by Tom Gray of Gomez, was absolutely fantastic and the sets and puppeteering spot on." Chris Hall - The Guardian

"Possibly the best children's show I have ever seen." Polly Stauss, A Mum

Ticket prices:

General:
£8.00 + £1.00 booking fee

Group Ticket (4 Tickets):
£28.00 + £1.00 booking fee
Admits 4 people.

Want to book tickets?

Call 01420 472664 or book online.

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