Sunday 28 October 2018, 3:00pm
A captivating new show with original music, lots of audience participation and spellbinding puppets - Dr. Dolittle takes us on a magical, musical adventure that follows the antics and exploits of the charming and wacky hero and his amazing ability to talk to the animals.
“Hello to one and all. I am Doctor John Dolittle a very famous Doctor. I’m a bit wacky actually but you will get used to that.
Some of you may have heard of me (good for you) and some may have not - but you will now.
I am not a normal run of the mill Doctor. I was once but I really did not like my patients. They could be quite difficult.
You see I discovered something amazing, fantastic and down right wonderful about myself.
Please don’t think I am blowing my own trumpet here but I found out that I had the ability to talk to and understand animals.
So come and see me light up the stage in this magical musical adventure. This is a brand new show with original music, lots of audience participation and amazing puppets. I look forward to seeing you all soon. Toodle pip for now.”
Oh by the way this show is suitable for humans from 7 years upwards.
Full Price: £12.00
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Age Guidance: Considered suitable for all ages (aimed at 7+)
Running time: 1 hour 25 mins
Lap tickets (£3.00) are available from the Box Office for children aged under 2 years.
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