Shark in the Park
Timothy Pope is looking through his telescope –but wait, is that a Shark, in the Park!? From the creative team behind ‘The Hairy Maclary show’ - see all 3 of Nick Sharratt’s ‘Shark in the Park’ books live on Stage!
Featuring all 3 of the ‘Shark in the Park’ Series – Shark in the Park, Shark in the Dark and Shark in the Park on a Windy Day – this fin-tastic, family musical follows Timothy Pope (and his telescope!) on 3 exciting adventures…
You Choose – A different story in every show!
Based on the brilliant book by Pippa Goodhart and Nick Sharratt Nonsense Room Productions (Shark in the Park and Hairy Maclary Shows) bring you a brand new interactive musical show for all the family. But in this show – YOU CHOOSE what happens!
Using the picture book as inspiration and through a series of games and challenges each show will come up with a unique story, with different characters every time!
Little Red Riding Hood's Musical Adventure
From the creative team behind the hugely popular Hairy Maclary Show, Little Red Riding Hood is a fun, original musical for children, with live music and loveable characters. Join Scarlet and her side-kick Stanley the Squirrel as they try to outwit Walter the Wolf and discover that it's not just the enchanted forest that has magical powers... A forest full of family fun, this show is a joyous new version of the classic fairy tale.
'At its heart, it's a clever, funny, well-written musical...' **** (Scotsman).
Ae Fond Kiss
‘Should auld acquaintance be forgot….’
Nonsense Room Productions bring the story of Robert Burns to the stage with a talented cast of actor-musicians. Rabbie is your guide with quirky commentary, amusing and poignant interactions with key characters along the way, and renditions of several famous poems and songs including Ae Fond Kiss, Red Red Rose, Auld Lang Syne and many more. The show is a great way to get to know more about the life and loves of Scotland’s Bard either as a refresher to his work or as a newcomer to his genius.
‘At turns genuinely funny and powerfully moving it is always thoroughly entertaining’ (View from the Stalls)