Story Pocket Theatre presents A Pocketful of Grimms

Bush Auditorium

“Story Pocket Theatre… a fantastic addition to the children’s theatre family” The Scotsman

Let the Storyteller take you to a land of fables and wonder to explore some of the best fairy tales ever told. Find yourself lost in a host of adventures that are weird, dark, funny and fantastical.

An exciting new look at some of the Grimm Brothers’ favourite tales, including Rumpelstiltskin, the Golden Goose, Cat and Mouse in Partnership and the original version of Beauty and the Beast.

These tales come to life in a high-energy mix of clowning, physical theatre, puppetry, music and much more.

“All the actors were all different people and animals all at the same time. I thought it was so funny!” Laura, aged 9

Presented by Story Pocket Theatre
Adapted by Adam Forde
Directed by Julia Black and Adam Forde
Original music by George Jennings

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