Stick Man


Stick Man lives in the family tree With his Stick Lady Love and their stick children three. But the world outside the family tree is a dangerous place for Stick Man.
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Overview


Genre: Kids/ family
Venue: Leicester Square Theatre
Started: Saturday 2 November 2019
Closes: Sunday 26 January 2020
Running time:0 hr 55 mins
Age suitability: Suitable for all ages

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Background


Touching, funny and utterly original, this delightful adaptation of Julia Donaldson and Axel Scheffler's Stick Man is back!


This award-winning production, from the team behind Tiddler and other Terrific Tales, features a trio of top actors and is packed full of puppetry, songs, live music and funky moves.


Synopsis


"Stick Man lives in the family tree With his Stick Lady Love and their stick children three".


But the world outside the family tree is a dangerous place for Stick Man.


A dog wants to play fetch with him, a swan builds a nest with him and he even ends up on a fire!


How will Stick Man ever get back to the family tree?


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Theatre


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Postal address:
6 Leicester Place
London WC2H 7BX

Box office tel: 08448 733433

Box office email: Send Mail

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Dates


Previews from:Saturday 2 November 2019

Closes:Sunday 26 January 2020

Performance days & times


Evening:

Matinee:

Monday - 11.00am, 1.30pm, 2.00pm

Tuesday - 11.00am, 1.30pm, 2.00pm

Wednesday - 10.00am, 12.15pm, 2.00pm

Thursday - 10.00am, 12.15pm, 2.00pm

Friday - 10.00am, 12.15pm, 2.00pm

Saturday - 10.00am, 12.15pm, 2.00pm

Sunday - 10.00am, 12.15pm, 2.00pm*

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Tickets


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From £26

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Creatives


Author: From the book by Julia Donaldson, Illustrated by Axel Scheffler
Composer: Benji Bower
Director: Sally Cookson (original direction)
Production: Freckle Productions

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