Tuesday, October 13, 2009

Meg and Mog Show

Just bought tickets to Meg and Mog Show~

A musical play.
Book, music & lyrics by David Wood
Based on Meg and Mog Books by Helen Nicholl and Jan Pienkowski.

Trick or treat! Or perhaps a bit of both with this marvellous show!

Hot off the heels of our sell-out, hit show Roald Dahl’s Fantastic Mr Fox, Players Theatre is thrilled to be bringing you the Meg and Mog Show! Come be enchanted by Meg, Mog and Owl, the quirky characters from the picture books you know and love so well. Five of your favourite Meg and Mog stories are ingeniously combined and brought to life in this production.

Oh Meg and her messy magic! Another one of Meg’s spells has gone terribly wrong! Instead of breakfast, she’s magicked up a Steggy Stegosaurus who’s as hungry as can be. When Steggy starts gobbling up her garden, Meg, Mog and Owl set off on an adventure to find the ingredients for a spell to rid them of the invading Stegosaurus. Join them on their spellbinding adventure as they visit a medieval castle, an exotic zoo and the moon. There are lively songs and plenty of audience participation that’s sure to keep you tickled.
Highlights of the Show

Come dressed up in your Halloween best and go trick-or-treating in the theatre with Meg and Mog after the show.

Meg and Mog is an extraordinary piece of theatre for children, young people and families. It is stimulating, creative and has social and literary breadth.

Meg and Mog was adapted for the stage by David Wood, UK’s National Children’s Dramatist, and was revived four times in a nationwide UK tour.

Meg and Mog incorporates strong visuals, inventive storytelling, catchy songs, creative staging and lots of audience participation.

Meg and Mog nurtures in your child the joy of books and reading.

Question & Answer Session. All our shows have a post-show Q&A session that helps young audience members consolidate their thoughts of the show, clarify any questions they might have on who, how, why and to ask the actors any questions about themselves or how theatre is made.

*This show is fully endorsed by the National Arts Council Arts Education Programme*

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