Likely Story Theatre Company are back on the road with Pea, an exciting new adaptation of Hans Christian Andersen's classic fairy tale, Princess and the Pea. www.likelystory.org.uk

What happens when real life and fairy tales collide?

Take a motley crew of time-travelling storytellers, an allotment gone to seed, two orphaned sisters and a lonely Prince. Add a magical book. And don’t forget the garden pea. Can the Captain and her crew help Sweetpea save the allotment and find a happily-ever-after story for her sister Marigold? Or will they create even more havoc along the way? Likely Story's new family show is an enchanting adventure where fairy tales collide, and the closest thing to a happy ending just might be a hopeful beginning

"The kids were enraptured. Adults praised “pea”, saying it was funny, delightful and nostalgic. A very entertaining evening was had by all!” Feedback from a performance of Pea in Barry

On Likely Story's previous show '5pm, No Particular Afternoon', "A great show combining physical theatre, the use of shadows, dance and other theatrical devices... I would like to see more from theatre company Likely Story." Docklands

Where to catch us...

March/Mawrth
24 - Tir y Berth Primary School, Hengoed,Caerphilly
26- The Workmen's Club, Mountain Ash,RCT
27- Ringland Centre,Newport

April/Ebrill
29- Clubhouse,Mold,Flintshire
30- Canolfan Ceiriog Centre,Glynceiriog, Wrexham

More dates to be added- watch this space!!!
Mwy o ddyddiadau i'w hychwanegu!

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