Win tickets to the Noisy Holiday show

PUBLISHED: 14:00 20 May 2018

The Noisy Holiday show. Picture: Paul Blakemore.

The Noisy Holiday show. Picture: Paul Blakemore.


A ridiculous and funny adventure full of silliness and mischief is heading to the Theatre Shop in Clevedon.

The Noisy Holiday show.The Noisy Holiday show.

Noisy Holiday: Kid Carpet And The Noisy Animals is described as ‘The Mighty Boosh for kids’ by the Strike A Light Festival.

The Noisy Animals are looking forward to their dream holidays and have some brilliant ideas about where in the world they want to go.

Kid Carpet just wants them all to be together but will he be able to keep everyone happy when he can’t even get them in the car?

Hot new tracks from Kid Carpet include Rollercoaster, Swimming With The Fishes and Get In The Car.

The performance features live music, theatre, comedy puppetry and animation and is a perfect day out for the whole family.

Expect flying tents, diving bears, massive carrots and Ibiza anthems in this lively and energetic show.

Ed Patrick – also known as Kid Carpet – is a Bristol-based maker of nonsense music and rock ‘n’ roll theatre shows.

Noisy Holiday is the fourth instalment of the Noisy Animals adventure – they have had a dance contest, they have been to space, they have caused bedlam in Bethlehem, now it is time for a nice relaxing holiday.

Theatre Bristol describes the show as ‘anarchy, irreverence and belly laughs for adults and children alike’.

The performance is showing at the Theatre Shop, in Clevedon’s Queens Square, on May 26 at 2pm.

Tickets are priced £8 and the show is recommended for children aged three to eight years old.

To book a place, visit or call 0333 6663366.

The Mercury has teamed up with Noisy Holiday to offer readers the chance to win a pair of tickets to the show.

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