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Saturday, September 30

Stiltskin Theatre Company present…
One morning Sam the gardener wakes up to find an egg in his veggie patch, which turns out to be a dragons egg! Pipsqueak, the dragon and Sam become the best of friends. Sam is preparing for the annual veggie competition growing pumpkins, and Pipsqueak has something very magic to help him on his way. Beware though, for the king is also growing a pumpkin ready to win, and he has never lost the giant veggie competition. Join us on this magical heart warming and fun packed adventure. Can Pipsqueak help Sam, whose pumpkin will win and can they defeat the tyrannical king?

Great fun for all the family from Stiltskin Theatre Company.

Stiltskin are an award winning theatre company. We have been producing specialist theatre for children and young people for over 20 years, touring nationally and internationally. In 2014 we founded the Soapbox Theatre, a cultural centre of excellence, where we now house all of our fantastic shows indoors and outdoors in Devonport Park. Find out about the transformation of our cultural hub on the website.

DURATION: Approx. 50 mins including interval and time to meet the characters at the end.
WHERE: Indoors at The Soapbox Children’s Theatre, Devonport Park (Corner of Milne Place & Exmouth Rd) PL1 4QH
GUIDE AGE: 18 months to 8 years plus their big people (Children under 1yrs are FREE, please still book a ticket for your baby, for our records)
SUPPORTERS TICKETS – If you love what we do and can pay a little extra, please purchase a supporters ticket to help us make bigger, bolder, better theatre!

NEW: You can select “book now and pay later” book now and pay for your tickets by instalments over 3 months. These options are interest free. Check out the shopping cart for details.

PARKING: Free roadside parking available close by.

THEATRE CAFE: Delicious gingerbread, cakes and hot and cold drinks.

THEATRE TOY SHOP: Offering a range of beautifully designed toys.

Book tickets here.

Upcoming events

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