A teeny tiny snail wants to see the world and sets sail on the tail of a humpback whale...together, the little and large duo experience sharks and penguins, icebergs and volcanoes and have a wonderful time.
Then, disaster strikes and our gentle giant becomes beached in a bay.
Can the tiny snail save the day?
The Tall Stories delivery will mix physical storytelling with live music and lots of giggles.
Just perfect for little mites aged four years and up.
The Snail & The Whale shows at Stantonbury Campus Theatre this Sunday afternoon, at 2.30pm.
Book on MK 324422.
>The always colourful Chameleons are back on stage this evening, with their production of Outside Edge, by Richard Harris.
Roger has trouble assembling a team for the fixture against the British Railways Maintenance Division..
But in the scale of problems, this hardly matters. Bob is also having marriage problems and doing odd-jobs for his ex-wife behind his current wife’s back.
Meanwhile, Dennis’ wife wants to move. Again.
When he puts his foot down, she sets fire to his new car.
Kevin has an affectionate wife to keep at bay and Alex’s new girlfriend is in the toilets having hysterics.
The Roger’s better half discovers he was playing away from home in more ways than one last year...
Whoever said marriage is bliss?
And now it’s starting to rain too!
Aspley Guise Village Hall hosts performances nightly through to Saturday, at 8pm.Tickets £8 & £6.
Call and book on MK 611665.