WHEN GO! theatre was little we remember being glued to a television serialisation of Stig of the Dump.
Solitary little boy Barney, on holiday with his grandparents, falls into a chalk pit, landing in a cave where he finds a Stone Age caveman ‘with a lot of shaggy hair and two bright black eyes.’
He calls him Stig...
It is a kiddies classic, and if you are quick off the mark, there is still time for your little ones (aged six years and up) to enjoy a performance today, at Stantonbury Campus, from 2.30pm.
Call to book on MK 324422.
>YAW Asiyama’s latest play Miraculous will air at the Church of Christ the Cornerstone this Sunday, with the catchline ‘Her only crime is belief in the greatest love of all.’
The work is based around the crucifixion, and once Sunday is done and dusted, Yaw will be looking ahead to September, when Miraculous is set to go live before an audience of 1400 in Wolverhampton.
The show will begin at 7.30pm and tickets can be purchased by calling 07941 482360.