Tom Thumb (Lyngo Theatre Company)

Tom Thumb (Lyngo Theatre Company)

£8 / £7 concessions / £20 family of four

Lyngo Theatre presents TOM THUMB A show by Marcello Chiarenza

Adapted by Patrick Lynch

Original music by Carlo Cialdo Capelli

Assistant director Gianni Bissaca

Design assistant Elena Marini

Ages 3+

One night tiny Tom overhears Mum and Dad talking - there's nothing left to eat so they are going to leave him and his six brothers in the forest! Outwitting his parents and the ogre Tom shows everybody that even though he is small he is still mighty as he protects his brothers, finds the treasure and makes sure they'll never be hungry again. Performed entirely on and under a kitchen table this classic story is brought to life in a playful and fascinating show full of Lyngo's magic with feathery spinning birds, a flying house and a portable forest. Come and join tiny Tom on his very big adventure! 

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