Two fabulous shows are coming to The Brook Theatre this Autumn as part of the Sundays are for Kids season of shows.

First up is a heart-warming and funny tale about the unlikeliest of friendships. Blunderbus present The Selfish Croc on Sunday, 14 October at 11am and again at 2pm.
By the banks of a great river, lived a large crocodile. He was a very selfish crocodile and he wouldn’t share this river with any of the other creatures. So, the animals stayed away.

But, one day there was a terrible scream – the crocodile had a toothache. Nobody dared to help him, until a brave little mouse found a clever way to solve this snappy dilemma.

Using song, music and a host of beautiful puppets, the Blunderbus storytellers bring this story to life.

Designed with children aged from three to seven in mind, the show is based on the best-selling picture book by Faustin Charles and Mike Terry. In November, children and adults alike are encouraged to take part when Image Musical Theatre brings its show Pinocchio to the stage.

The classic story of Pinocchio – the wooden puppet who longs to be a real boy – comes to The Brook Theatre on Sunday, 11 November at 12noon. The family participation show will ask for up to 12 children to take part in a 30 minute rehearsal prior to the main show. While the children are learning their lines, actors will teach the rest of the audience songs and actions to join in.
The show is suitable for children aged five and upwards.

Tickets to both shows are £6 for adults and £5 for children. To book phone the box office on 01634 338338