Random acts of puppetry
Random acts of puppetry is a unique blend of puppetry and storytelling, that introduces a different means of conveying stories with the use of very simple puppets into something more elaborate.
As people get older they tend to make things more complicated for themselves, this leads to the next story of a young goat and his dreams of what lay on the other side of the bridge in a telling of ”Billy goats gruff”.
The show closes with a most unusual sing-along that everyone is guaranteed to enjoy! An experimental and interactive piece that enthralls the audience, combining an entourage of puppets with an eclectic mix of visual comedy and slapstick.
Time: Sunday 7th August – 1.30pm
Venue: Community Hall