Story added: 12:14pm Thu Mar 14, 2013
Shows fuse magic with puppetry and music
Sunday 17th March, 2013 - Various locations
By Dawn Bond
An eccentric couple travelling through their strange monochrome world in a quirky boat is the basis of a new production from Thingumajig Theatre.
Hullaba Lulu will be staged at the Thomas Cranmer Centre, Aslockton, on Sunday at 7pm.
The couple are happy and content until their lives are upside down by a new arrival — the adorable and colourful Lulu.
As she makes her presence felt in various ways, the magical show explores love, play adventure and learning how to say goodbye, through puppetry, live music and song.
Part of the Village Ventures circuit, it is suitable for children aged five and over.
The Gramophones Theatre Company present Anything To Declare? in North Muskham Rural Community Centre on Sunday at 7.30pm.
Foolish flight attendants explore the trials and tribulations of going on holiday, from the horrors of the airport check-in to the dizziness of the holiday romance.
Juliet Kelly will be at Radcliffe’s Grange Hall Celebrating The Divas Of Jazz a week tomorrow at 8pm. She pays tribute to the jazz songstresses who have inspired and influenced her, such as Nina Simone, Sarah Vaughan and Billie Holliday.
The multi-talented cast of Café Chaos conjure a night of physical and verbal extravagance in Lowdham Village Hall a week on Sunday at 7.30pm.
Presented by The Kosh, an established international award-winning award-winning physical theatre company, it fuses dance, drama, acrobatics and original music.
Comic confusion spills from the kitchen, waiters and diners collide, lovers meet, identities are traded, secrets uncovered, and denial and betrayal tear friendships apart.
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