Cuddly fun at The Playhouse

PUBLISHED: 12:00 23 March 2006 | UPDATED: 09:03 24 May 2010

Goldilocks And The Three Bears.

Goldilocks And The Three Bears.

A POPULAR children's show will return to Weston next month to give youngsters a pre-holiday treat. Goldilocks And The Three Bears will take centre stage at The Playhouse on April 3. Based on the classic fairy-tale, the story follows Daddy Bear and Mummy

A POPULAR children's show will return to Weston next month to give youngsters a pre-holiday treat. Goldilocks And The Three Bears will take centre stage at The Playhouse on April 3.Based on the classic fairy-tale, the story follows Daddy Bear and Mummy Bear, two world-renowned circus performers, who have retired to a cottage to raise their son Baby Bear.Every week the three bears collect fruit and honey in the forest and give it to the Baron's butler, Velcro, as rent for their home.Goldilocks, meanwhile, lives with her stepmother Baroness Sneer, who has bought the Enchanted Forest from her brother. The baroness collects fur coats and she only needs one more type to complete her wardrobes - baby bear fur.The show features song, colourful costumes and comedy and there is the opportunity for lots of audience participation.Tickets, priced £5-6.50, are available from the box office on 01934 645544.

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