Puppets and music in family-friendly shows at The Egg in Bath

PUBLISHED: 15:59 13 April 2017

Mrs H And The Singalong Band. (Picture: Caitlin Mogridge).

Mrs H And The Singalong Band. (Picture: Caitlin Mogridge).

Caitlin Mogridge

Music, comedy and drama will all feature in shows aimed at children in Bath this Easter.

The entertainment will start at the Egg, at the Theatre Royal Bath, on Saturday with Mrs H And The Sing-Along Band, which brings together folk, soul and comedy for the family to join in with. There will be performances at 11.30am and 3pm.

The Krazy Kat Theatre will present Oliver In The Overworld on Sunday, at 11.30am and 3pm.

It was the first musical to be created from scratch with sign language.

It tells the funny and surreal story of a deaf boy who travels around the Overworld to mend his best friend, Oliver The Grandfather Clock.

The show combines mesmerising puppets with song and dance.

Swashbuckling adventure story Eloise And The Curse Of The Golden Whisk will then head to the Egg on Tuesday.

It is set in a bombed Bath restaurant in 1944, where Eloise finds a beautiful golden whisk. But as she clutches the relic, she unleashes an ancient curse.

The only way to free herself is to cook the tastiest dish in the world.

Eloise And The Curse Of The Golden Whisk will be at the Egg from Tuesday to April 23 at various times.

Full show times and tickets, priced £7.50-12, are available via www.theatreroyal.org.uk or on 01225 823409.


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