Mr Gotalot and Monkey Trousers Theatre perform at the Bristol Old Vic – and it’s FREE!May 27th, 2016
In celebration of the Bristol Old Vic’s 250th Anniversary, Monkey Trousers Theatre are bringing a specially modified version of their latest hilarious family adventure, Mr Gotalot’s Gotalot Shop: The Great British Cheese Off! to the Old Vic Studio in two special, FREE for all, performances. Come along and visit the totally magically amazing shop where you can buy anything and everything you could ever dream of, sold by the enigmatic puppet shopkeeper, Mr Gotalot.
It’s business as usual in the magical Gotalot Shop. But what’s this? A very unexpected customer has arrived, and they’re after the bestest, most cheesiest cheese, for a highly prestigious cheese contest. Yes! The Gotalot Shop is hosting ‘The Great British Cheese Off’ and everyone is very excited. Especially the shop’s cantankerous, interfering, old landlady, Ms Barnet, who is determined to win. Ms Barnet simply loves cheese. But the contest is hosted by her arch-nemesis, the super-perfect Hairy Mary Berry. Will Mr Gotalot be able to provide the ultimate, winning cheese – and keep mean old Ms Barnet happy? Or will Hairy Mary Berry triumph over her old rival yet again? And what is Sidney the shop boy doing with that microphone in his hand?
Join in the shenanigans in the original theatrical sitcom suitable for children aged three to nine years old and their families. The show is 45 minutes long. Performances are on Monday 30th May 2016 at 12pm and 2pm in the Bristol Old Vic Studio, King Street, Bristol, BS1 4ED. Doors open 15 minutes before show time. Expect lots of cheese, jokes, puppets, silliness, dancing, slapstick, storytelling, cheese, songs, cheese and more cheese! For more information about the company please visit www.monkeytrouserstheatre.com.
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