PINOCCHIO

An Indefinite Articles production, in association with Little Angel Theatre

Fri 24 April – Sun 21 June 2020
See Diary for performance times

Location: Studios – we have two venues, this performance takes place at our Studios, a short walk from the theatre. Click for more information.


“Wonderful work that celebrates the possibilities of theatre”
Lyn Gardner, The Guardian

Step inside Geppetto’s workshop and hear the tale of a puppet that wants to be a real boy, and a puppet maker who wants to be a real father.

Watch as Pinocchio is carved on stage, paint brushes come to life as foxes and the shadow of two saws transform into a giant fish. An element of improvisation adds to the magic, as no two performances are exactly the same.

Puppetry, shadows, illusion and original music combine to create a show that is inventive, witty and has a big heart.


Age guidance:

Pinocchio is aimed at ages 5 – 11. Children at the younger end of the range can enjoy the adventures of a naughty puppet and the participation and visual aspects of the show. Older audience members can enjoy the improvisation and slapstick humour. There is mild threat from a circus owner and a scary shadow scene with a large fish just before the happy ending.


View diary & book tickets

£14 Full-price Adults
£12 Children (age 1 – 15) and Concessions
Friday Fives: all tickets £5 at 5pm on Fridays

Running Time: 1 hour approx


Education:

School Bookings
Call box office on 020 7226 1787 to make a school booking.

Tickets for school groups are £6.50 per person (weekdays only).


Relaxed Performance:
Sunday 31 May, 2.30pm

Call the box office on 020 7226 1787 to book for a Relaxed Performance.
Call the box office to enquire about booking a weekday Relaxed Performance for a school.

What is a Relaxed Performance? Find out more here.

The visual story for Pinocchio will be available shortly.

What is a visual story? Find out more here.


Credits:
Written by Carlo Collodi
Adapted by Louise Warren
Performed by and additional material by Steve Tiplady
Directed by Alex Martin and Sally Todd
Puppet direction by Sue Buckmaster
Music by Hannah Marshall
Puppets made by Peter O’Rourke and Michael Fowkes