Monkey Trousers Theatre nominated in The Regional Awards!April 4th, 2016
Almost a year on from their début performance, family favourites Monkey Trousers Theatre are celebrating a double nomination in The Regional Awards, ahead of their fifth spectacular Mr Gotalot show, The Great British Cheese Off!
Hoping to win either the Creative Industry award or the New Business award (or both!), Charlotte Whitten and Fran Lewis are thrilled with the chance to be recognised for all their hard work. Public voting is open until the end of April, and fans of celebrity puppet shopkeeper Mr Gotalot, perky shop boy Sidney, and even the horrible landlady Ms Barnet, can vote by clicking the links above and selecting Monkey Trousers Theatre. Alternatively, you can go to the website theregionalawards.com and follow the links for the Bristol awards page. The winners will be announced in July!
And if you can’t wait that long for more Monkey Trousers Theatre shenanigans, rehearsals are now under way for Mr Gotalot’s Gotalot Shop: The Great British Cheese Off! Yes, that sneaky Ms Barnet has entered a prestigious cheese competition, with what she hopes is the winning cheese – but will judge Hairy Mary Berry agree and award her the prize? Will Mr Gotalot end up helping his awful landlady? And is Sidney still in the North Pole?? Find out all this and more, on Sunday May 8th and Sunday May 15th, at 10.30am, 1pm and 3.30pm, in the Kelvin Players Studio theatre, Bishopston, Bristol. To book tickets and for more information please visit the Monkey Trousers Theatre website. Booking well in advance is advised as the Mr Gotalot shows are very popular – with children and adults alike – and do sell out!Tags: Ashley Down, Bishopston, Bishopston Voice, Bristol, Bristol Magazine, BS6, BS7, community, free magazine, free newsletter, Gloucester Road, Gloucester Road Traders, Horfield, independent shops, local, Redland, St Andrews Back to news