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Caterpillar: Theatre for tiny people

Saturday, February 12

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Performed by Stiltskin Theatre Company with cellist Olga Ogomanic; Associate Director: Jo Lyon; Associate Choreographer: Dimitra Poulos.

Fun loving Caterpillars, Bob and Bob wriggle out to explore the big wide world. Join them on their adventures discovering food, getting up to mischief and escaping from the cheeky chicken before transforming into beautiful butterflies. This original show, which has been created by Stiltskin will delight young audiences from 6 months up to 8 years.

An immersive show for tiny audiences and their big people with colour, movement, and live music.

Myself & kids (2yrs & 19 weeks) saw Caterpillar today…..amazing…kept our attention throughout. It was a very well thought out interactive performance, laughs & giggles all the way, with an educational twist! For the kids first theatre experience I couldn’t have wished for better. Can’t wait to come again….thank you xx” – Luci

Absolutely brilliant. Can’t recommend enough. How you kept all the little ones so engaged for so long was amazing. ‘Bob’ is fab. Thank you” – Broeck

Various showings 03 Feb – 12 Feb (11am, 1.30pm, 3.30pm)

Book your tickets HERE.

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