Adventures of Mr Benn 2013

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Event Type: ENT

Tall Stories (creators of The Gruffalo and Room on the Broom stage shows) present The Extraordinary Adventures of Mr Benn, full of catchy songs and astounding magic – for everyone aged 4 to 104, old friends of Mr Benn and new adventurers alike…

One ordinary day, Mr Benn receives an invitation to a fancy dress party – and comes across an extraordinary shop. As if by magic, the shopkeeper appears with an array of costumes, and shows him into the dressing room.

Inside is a mysterious door that leads Mr Benn into incredible adventures, full of dragons, princesses and sea monsters… Will Mr Benn ever go back to his ordinary life?

Why not join in the festive fun by coming along to see the show in your favourite fancy dress outfit!

Watch a show trailer online at www.tallstories.org.uk

“As the story of Mr Benn unfolds, the over-four target age group, not to mention the grown-ups who have sneaked in up the back, become entranced”
EDINBURGH EVENING NEWS

“A stage version full of magic and music”
EDINBURGHGUIDE.COM

“This lovingly staged adaptation delights a whole new generation of youngsters… A reminder of how a little escapist fantasy can enliven the way we see the world, and ourselves.”
THE HERALD

Tickets: £12
Family Ticket: £33 for 3 + up to 3 more £11 each
Schools: £8.50 for groups 10+
Age: 4yrs+
Running Time: 55 mins (no interval)

ASSISTED PERFORMANCES:
BSL Interpreted and Audio Described performance – Sat 21 December 2pm.

Meet the Cast – Tues 17 Dec 1.30pm, Fri 27 Dec 2pm & Thurs 2 Jan 2pm

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