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       The Puppet Theatre Barge

  Little Venice,

Central London

How to find us

For half-term,

  

For the half-term holidays

                    Movingstage present

the all time favourite!

 

The Town Mouse

and

The Country Mouse

Opens October 27th

 

   These two famous cousins visit each other

   and both experience exciting new sights and sounds.

   They end up all the wiser as a result of these  

   adventures.

   A very special delight for both young and old with

   music, songs and rod puppets.

                                                                              (For 3 to 8 years old)

 

Please book to avoid disappointment, some performances are booked out.   

 

   Daily from Oct 28 to Oct 31 at 11am & 3pm

 

        Weekends

    Nov 01 at 11am

    Nov 01 at 3pm   (sold out)

    Nov 02 at 3pm   (sold out)

    Nov 08 at 11am  (sold out)

    Nov 08 at 3pm    (sold out)

    Nov 09 at 3pm

    Nov 15 at 11am

    Nov 15 at 3pm

    Nov 16 at 3pm    (sold out)

  

   Click to book for

   The Town Mouse and the Country Mouse

   Box Office 020 7249 6876

 

 


  

   For the Christmas season -

   Scrooge will be back with

   A Christmas Carol

   by

   Charles Dickens

   Click

   To Book

 

   For more information

   click

   Xmas show


      Administration:

   Movingstage Marionette company

   78 Middleton Road, London E8 4BP

 

     Telephone +44 (0) 20 7249 6876

     Email: puppet@movingstage.co.uk

   

    Master, Visa, Amex accepted

    Children £8.50, Seniors £10, Adults £12

  

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                                                                                               The Barge at Little Venice

      

   

                                                       Myrtle, the country mouse, talks to Rat     

 

                                                   Mazda, the town mouse, and the clock