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The Diary of a Time Traveller

Friday, February 3

The Diary of a Time Traveller!

Toast, jam and hot chocolate around the fire for a great story… What better way to end the week?

Join the Stiltskin Theatre Company at The Soapbox Theatre in their new, magical storytelling series that tells the fascinating tales of Plymouth’s rich and fascinating past. (Recommended for ages 6-13 and their big people) Ariadnne Tock is able to commune with the dead. Using her extraordinary skills she conjures up fascinating stories weaving fact and fiction together.

Her stories take her backwards and forwards in time where she has collated a diary linked to her findings based on the history of Plymouth and the surrounding area. From ancient civilisations living in the Ice Age tundra to shipwrecks, submarines and so much more.

Be ready for a beautiful storytelling performance that will leave them excited about Plymouth and it’s links to the world.

The Soapbox Theatre is a not-for-profit award-winning children’s theatre nestled in Devonport Park that creates magical, immersive children’s performances using imaginative characters, puppets and so much more.

Find out more here.

Upcoming events

Wednesday, December 6
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“It Shouldn’t Be Like This.” A new play written by Jenny and Paul Shryane about homelessness in Plymouth.
Wednesday, December 6
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Theatre Royal Plymouth presents the Lyric Hammersmith Theatre and Pins and Needles production of Raymond Briggs’ Father Christmas. Adapted by Pins and Needles.
Wednesday, December 6
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Our monthly comedy night at the B-Bar!
Wednesday, December 6
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Queer Cafe at Leadworks! 5pm to 10pm.

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