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One day whilst out for a jog, Stick Man is pounced on by a playful dog. Mistaken for an ordinary stick, he is swept far away, being used for all sorts of things: from a flag mast to a cricket bat, a snowman's arm to firewood (well almost!). As his adventure unfolds, Stick Man - lost and alone - wonders if he will ever get back to the family tree. Passing through all the seasons and culminating in a joyful Christmas celebration (with an appearance by a certain portly gentleman dressed in red and white) Stick Man will delight children and their families, no matter the time of year. Three actors and a one-man-band combine with a host of colourful characters and animals to magically re-tell Stick Man's adventures. Music is played live, with a multitude of instruments. Running time: 90mins. Suitability: Ages 3+Performers Richard Kiess, Alex Tosh, Cassie Vallance.
Book by Julia Donaldson. Company Scamp Theatre. Producer Watford Palace Theatre. Director Sally Cookson. Design Katie Sykes. Lighting Elanor Higgins. Music Benji Bower.
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