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Theatre – The Tale of the Cockatrice – 11th August 2018 – Trull Community Centre

Mumblecrust Theatre present “The Tale of the Cockatrice” on 11th August 2018
Tickets £5 adults – children come free. show starts at 3pm in Trull Church Community  hall. Doors open 2.30pm
Award winning Mumblecrust Theatre bring breathtaking puppetry, boisterous and beautiful live music and general tomfoolery in a dark and winding tale for young and old!
Deep in the vaults of an ancient priory a hideous creature awakens. A deadly cockatrice is born! Bold knights flee in terror… Can a humble nun defeat the beast? Multi-Award-Winning Mumblecrust Theatre present two muddle-headed storytellers, an obscure British legend, breathtaking puppetry and spine-tingling live music in this dark and winding fable for monster-lovers young and old. Winners: “Best Newcomer to Brighton Fringe” and “Best of Brighton Fringe: Children and Families Award” 2017. ***** – “a genuine work of art” – The Voice. ***** – “a fascinating world of intrigue, mystique and fantasy” – Primary Times 
Mumblecrust Theatre is an award-winning theatre company based in the South West of England. Co-Artis- tic Directors Katie Underhay and Anthony Burbridge came together to fill a niche in children’s theatre, where slightly older children often get left out. From this collaboration, The Tale of the Cockatrice was born.
The pair have collaborated on a number of other projects, including: satirical music video Tawdry Child, Pinecone Penguin’s King Kong the Musical, puppeteering the Mermaid in Luc Mollinger’s creature feature short The Mermaid of Mevagissey and co-directing (and creating puppets for) new musical Heartwood.

“Cleverly choreographed with wit and humour to capture the imagination and enslave the senses.”
– Jemma Mcintyre (Edinburgh Fringe)
“Full of character and whimsy, the range of imaginatively-created puppets and lovely
harmony-filled songs accompanying the performance were thoroughly captivating and entertaining. Our group (ranging from 7yrs to 66) loved it.” – Clare Littlemore (Brighton Fringe)
“A great performance, highly original. My 8 year old boy adored it and has been re-enacting it ever since!”
– Natasha Pester (Theatre Shop, Clevedon)
We are delighted to bring this fantastic show to Trull and hope you will support this fabulous production!

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