What's On

Find the Places

Meet the People

Culture Blog

Frank ‘n’ Stein’s Teddy

Saturday, October 15

Share:

Theatre for children aged 8 and under and their big people. Join us at Soapbox Children’s Theatre in Devonport Park for FRANK ‘N’ STEIN’S TEDDY

Sat 15th Oct- Sat 22nd Oct

Frank and Stein accidently break their teddy Victor. Can our two madcap scientists put teddy back together again? With extraordinary science, magical tricks and puppets all based in the Soapbox Laboratory, this fun and inventive show is for children and adults alike.

Join us at our charming little theatre in the park.

Our aim is to make your child’s theatre experience magical.

Place your little one on front row cushions and watch them sit still- mesmerised for 45 minutes.

Complete the visit with a coffee and a homemade brownie from our cafe- Children love our ginger bread folk too.

Afterwards, you are welcome to have a look at our fairy museum cabinets to see what our woodland friends have left behind.

Why not play in our Spellbound woods and see if you can spot the fairy houses or head over to the play park to round off your visit.

Soapbox is where happy memories are made.

To find out more or to book tickets:
https://stiltskin.org.uk/soapbox-childrens-theatre…/
(Pay what you can scheme)

Upcoming events

Wednesday, July 17
Untitled design (13)
Bringing together four distinct painters – Bernadette Kerrigan, Chris Martin, Daniel Pettitt, and EJ Hauser – Everything That Happens Will Happen Today explores the formal and informal ways each of them make sense of the world through paint.
Saturday, July 20
Untitled design (25)
Hettie Judah, writer and exhibition curator, shares insights from her research for her book, Acts of Creation: On Art and Motherhood which explores the joys, messes, myths and mishaps of parenting through visual culture.
Wednesday, July 24
Untitled design (24)
Take a deeper lunchtime look into ‘The Time is Always Now: Artists Reframe the Black Figure’.
Saturday, July 27
Untitled design (3)
Come and immerse yourselves in an exhibition that explores pivotal moments in Plymouth’s past and present relationship with the sea.

Could you help Made in Plymouth?

Do you want to shout about the brilliant things you see in Plymouth?

Made in Plymouth wants you to share your stories.

We’re looking for paid Freelance Writers and Content Creators to contribute ideas and content to our platforms!