The Remarkable Rocket

Cat & Hutch present, as part of Hammersmith & Fulham Arts Fest
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There’s lots of hustle and bustle at the palace as everyone prepares for the royal wedding. The musicians are tuning up, the courtiers are getting the crowds ready and the king has been “entertaining” everyone with his rather interesting recorder playing.

It’s the biggest event of the year and everyone has been talking about it…even the fireworks! This is their moment to sparkle and shine and impress the crowds with their pyrotechnic acrobatics.

But there’s one firework who believes this event is all about him…The Remarkable Rocket. And he’ll tell anyone who’ll listen about how remarkable he will be, for he loves to hear himself talk – it is one of his greatest pleasures.

Come and join Cat & Hutch as they retell Oscar Wilde’s boom-tastic tale and decide for yourself how remarkable this rocket truly is.

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