Thu 01 Jan 1970 - Thu 01 Jan 1970
Nothing particularly out of the ordinary ever happens on Puffin Island, an unassuming little pile of rock just off the Devon coast. The puffins come and go each year, the islanders and mainlanders quarrel (about EVERYTHING) and then set aside their differences every year to celebrate the best day of the year Puffin Day!
Everything carries on as it always has…
Until one bitterly cold Christmas Eve, a rather unexpected present washes up on the beach in a little boat an orphaned baby boy.
When the puffins disappear in the dead of night and no one knows why, this boy has the power to put things right.
But where have the puffins gone? And will he manage to bring them home?
Quirk Theatre know perfectly how to create that magical blend of unmissable fun, laughter and audience participation
EXPRESS & ECHO
Quirk Theatre are a South West based theatre company known for their inventive and innovative approach to live theatre. Previous performances have wowed audiences with their use of projection, shadow puppetry, multifunctional props and creative set design. Essentially simple, but beautifully effective, Quirk Theatre deliver a magical experience for all.
Visit their website to find out more about their previous performances >>
Perfect for KS1 and KS2
Earlybird schools tickets at just £6 per person, plus buy 9 and get the 10th free!
Wed 12 Dec 10am & 1pm
Thu 13 Dec 10am & 1pm
Fri 14 Dec 10am & 1pm
Mon 17 Dec 10am & 1pm
Tue 18 Dec 10am & 1pm
To make a booking or inquiry, please call Box Office on 01392 667080 or email reservations@localhost
Sun 16 Dec 2pm (Relaxed Performance*) & 4.30pm
Thu 20 Dec 4.30pm (BSL Performance)
Fri 21 Dec 4.30pm
Sat 22 Dec* 2pm & 4.30pm
Sun 23 Dec* 2pm & 4.30pm
Mon 24 Dec* 2pm & 4.30pm
Fri 28 Dec 2pm & 4.30pm
Ticket prices: £11 (£8), Family ticket £30
* Peak prices: £12 (£9), Family £35
A family ticket covers 2 adults and 2 children, or 1 adult and 3 children.
Sun 16 Dec, 2pm
An informal environment where everyone can relax and enjoy the show without having to worry about making a noise or moving around. For audiences including, but not exclusive to, children and adults with an Autistic Spectrum Condition or learning disability.
The following assets might help you prepare for a relaxed performance:
Thu 20 Dec, 4.30pm
A BSL sign language interpreted performance by Siobhan Green.
We are offering all families with deaf members one free ticket. To book your tickets please email annaruth.peelcusson@localhost Please let Anna-Ruth know if you have specific requirements about where you need to sit.