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Stig of the Dump

Stig of the Dump (Kids show) production archive for QTIX code T1944753046. Details of all Stig of the Dump archived productions can be found under the QTIX code: S1199117649

Archive Listings

19 Jul 16
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26 Aug 16
Arts Theatre
West End, Greater London
Performance Details => Venue archive
4 Jun 16
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5 Jun 16
Leicester Square Theatre
Inner London, Greater London
Performance Details => Venue archive
31 May 16The Carriageworks
Leeds, West Yorkshire
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26 May 16
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29 May 16
Theatre Royal
Bath, Bath & North East Somerset
Performance Details => Venue archive
24 May 16Lighthouse (previously known as Poole Arts Centre)
Poole, Dorset
Performance Details => Venue archive
1 May 16Millfield Theatre
Outer London, Greater London
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13 Apr 16
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14 Apr 16
Brewhouse Theatre and Arts Centre
Taunton, Somerset
Performance Details => Venue archive
8 Apr 16Margate Winter Gardens
Margate, Kent
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3 Apr 16The Atkinson
Southport, Merseyside
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1 Apr 16
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2 Apr 16
mac birmingham - Midlands Arts Centre
Birmingham, West Midlands
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31 Mar 16Marine Theatre
Lyme Regis, Dorset
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29 Mar 16
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30 Mar 16
Norden Farm Centre for the Arts
Maidenhead, Berkshire
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23 Mar 16
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22 May 16
Hounslow Arts Centre & Paul Robeson Theatre
Outer London, Greater London
Performance Details => Venue archive

Details

Stig of the Dump archiveWhen Barney, a day-dreaming, eight year old falls over the edge into a chalk pit he discovers Stig, a modern day caveman living in a rubbish dump. Thrills, excitement and fun abound as they embark on an original fantasy journey. Making use of everything to improve Stig's home, this intriguing and touching tale is a wonderful proclamation about friendship, imagination and possibly even recycling. Written in 1963 by Clive King, Stig of the Dump has became a firm favourite amongst readers with several first reading the book in school. It was adapted for television, firstly for ITV in 1981 and later by the BBC in 2002. It continues to be read in schools to support the Literacy Curriculum and, of course, enjoyed by adults approaching it for the very first time.

Cast/Performers

Katy Ashworth (Grandma), Samuel Gannon (Grandad), Chandni Mistry Lou, William Pennington (Barney)

Creatives/Company

Book by: Clive King
Company: London Contemporary Theatre
Director(s): Luke Sheppard, Julia Cave (movement)
Design: Gabriella Slade
Sound: Tom Attwood
Music: Tom Attwood
Adapted by: Mike Kenny
Lighting: Chris Withers

Reviews

No UKTW or User reviews available.
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