Once upon a time there lived a boy called Liang. Liang was poor, his family was poor, even the cats, the pigs and the rats were poor. But one day Liang meets a new friend, a magician, who gives Liang a very special gift, The Magic Paintbrush. Follow Liang's adventures with his magic paintbrush and his struggle with the greedy Emperor in a magical play, for ages three and above, newly adapted from a classic Chinese Folk Tale.Performers Adam Sunderland (Liang), Sarah Stanley (Houtsa), Matt Sutton (Zhu-Zhu).
Author David Tse. Producer West Yorkshire Playhouse. Director Gail McIntyre. Design Emma Williams. Lighting David Bennion-Pedley. Music Richard Taylor. Other Kay Magson (casting).