You’re invited to celebrate Annabelle’s 10th birthday, hosted by everyone’s favourite MP candidate, Janet Crumb! (Almost) everyone is welcome… that is, everyone apart from Chloe’s particularly smelly new friend, Mr Stink.
One perfectly normal afternoon in an average English town, two restless souls unite on a park bench – one of them the lonely 12 year old Chloe Crumb, and the other an incredibly smelly homeless man. Oh, and let’s not forget his loyal dog, the Duchess. Acting upon her curiosity and responding to her kindness, Chloe and Mr Stink forge an extraordinary and rewarding friendship that takes them to the heady heights of live television and Downing Street via a garden shed.
Join Heartbreak Productions for David Walliams’ best-seller Mr Stink on the outdoor stage. Pack a picnic, grab a chair, and dress for the weather. Packed with fun, humour, and a heart-warming message, this touching tale provides the perfect family entertainment.
Tickets: £14 per person or £50 for a family ticket (+ transaction fee). Tickets are now on sale and can be booked here.
Update* The original date for this performance was Friday 2nd July. All tickets purchased for the original date have been automatically transferred to the new date of Wednesday 21 July, but a refund will be issued to all those who are unable to make it.
If you have bought tickets online, you can expect an email giving you the option to confirm your attendance or cancel for a full refund.
If you would like to get in touch with us please email firstname.lastname@example.org
This performance is suitable for children over 7 years of age with an approximate running time of 2 hours.
Gates open from 5.45pm with the performance starting at 6.30pm, and remember dress for the weather bring a chair or blanket to sit on, and don’t forget the picnic hamper!
Photo credit: © Printed with permission of A P Watt at United Agents on behalf of Quentin Blake.
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