THURSDAY 11 JULY
Family Ticket: £39 (two adults & two children)
£16 adult / £6 u17
David Williams, adapted by David Kerby-Kendall
Meet Ben, an 11-year-old want-to-be plumber, fed up with spending his Friday nights at his Granny’s. All she wants to do is play scrabble and eat cabbage – not exactly his idea of fun! Hungry and bored, Ben goes searching for something more edible in the kitchen and stumbles upon an old biscuit tin. The tin holds more than just digestives, however, it contains Granny’s biggest secret… Ben’s Granny is an international jewel thief and she needs his help to pull off her biggest heist yet: stealing the crown jewels!
This family-friendly open-air theatre event is a highlight of the diary for of all ages. Bring your picnic and low-backed chairs or rugs - no seating provided. There will be a selection of food and drink available in the Kingfisher Cafe.
Performance ends at approximately 7pm
All ages welcome. Pay & Display car parking available. We perform whatever the weather: a performance will only be cancelled on Health & Safety grounds, judgement of which lies with the event management team on the day.
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Illustration © Tony Ross 2011. Lettering of author’s name © Quentin Blake 2010. Licensed by HarperCollins