Penguinpig

As seen on ITV News here!

A play about the dangers of the Internet for 3-8 year olds, based on the best-selling picture book by Stuart Spendlow, illustrated by Amy Bradley

Sophie reads about a Penguinpig on the Internet. Filled with delight and intrigue she sets off alone on an adventure to find the adorable creature, leading her to the Zoo. But what will she find inside?
A fun-filled cautionary tale told through puppetry that is both educational and highly entertaining.
PENGUINPIG is a stage adaptation of the best-selling picture book by Lincolnshire author and teacher Stuart Spendlow, illustrated by Amy Bradley. It hit number one best-seller status on Amazon in 2015.

 

“Brilliant story and great illustrations with an important safety message as well -10/10!!! Every school and family needs a copy!” BBC’s Claude Littner

 

This cautionary tale of the dangers of the Internet is told in a highly imaginative and visual style with beautiful puppetry and accompanied by an original musical score, creating a fun-filled and magical show that is both educational and highly entertaining for the young ones and their families.
Penguinpig has been developed with the support from Little Angel Theatre, Magna Vitae, Lincolnshire CVS, East Lindsey District Council and Northumberland County Council.

NATIONAL UK TOUR 2018

5 May – ARC Theatre, Stockton

28 May – Carriageworks, Leeds

29 May – The Ropery Hall, Barton-Upon-Humber

31 May – Riverhead Theatre, Louth

1 June – Caedmon Hall, Gateshead

3 June – Omnibus Theatre, Clapham

1 July – The Lowry, Salford

10 July – Blackwood Miners Institute, Gwent

14 July – The Pound, Corsham

15 July – Beverley Puppet Festival, East Riding Theatre

21 July – Stamford Arts Centre, Stamford

PENGUINPIG is now booking for 2018 Tour to Theatres and Schools

 

Download Information pack for Theatre Tour 2018
Download Information pack for Schools Tour 2018

PREVIOUS TOUR DATES

 

Summer/Autumn 2016 Tour

 

5 – 7 August – Wilderness Festival, Polka Theatre Tent
23 – 24 September – Brighton Digital Festival, Brighton
15 October – Half Moon Theatre, London
23 October – Waterman’s Arts Centre, London
29 – 30 October – Little Angel Theatre Studios, London

Easter 2016 Tour

 

1 April – St John’s Methodist Church, Tetney, Lincolnshire
2 April – Louth Riverhead Theatre, Lincolnshire
8 April – Spilsby Theatre, Lincolnshire
9 April – Stanhope Hall, Horncastle, Lincolnshire
12 April – Crawley Green Infant School, Luton
13 April – St Gilbert’s CofE Primary School, Stamford
14 April – Louth Riverhead Theatre (School performances), Lincolnshire
15 April – Eastfield Infant and Nursery School, Lincolnshire
18 April – Ridegeway Primary School, South Shields
19 April – Sale First School, Hexham
20 April – Cragside CofE Primary School, Northumberland
21 April – Preston Grange Primary School, North Shields
22 April – Corbridge CofE First School, Northumberland
25 April – Whitley Memorial First School, Northumberland
26 April – Swansfield Park First School, Alnwick
27 April – Thropton Village First School, Northumberland
28 April – Wooler First School, Northumberland
29 April – Norham St Ceolwulfs CofE First School, Northumberland
3 May – East Wold Primary School, Lincolnshire
4 May – The Beeches Primary School, Peterborough
5 May – St Paul’s CofE Primary School, Nuneaton
6 May – Dosthill Primary School, Staffordshire
15 May – Blue Elephant Theatre, London (in association with Apples and Pears charity)

 

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