Patron - Michael Palin

 

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The Puppet Theatre Barge

Little Venice,

Central London

How to find us

 

Movingstage present

 

Brer Rabbit and the Tar Baby

by

J.E.M. Rogers

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                       Please book to avoid disappointment

Suitable for 3 years and above

 

April 4 at 11am

April 4 at 3pm

 

Daily

April 5 to April 10 at 3pm

 

April 11 at 11am

April 11 at   3pm

 

Daily

April 12 to April 17 at 3pm

 

April 18 at 11am

April 18 at   3pm

April 19 at   3pm

April 25 at 11am

April 25 at   3pm

April 26 at   3pm

May 2 at 11am


Bank holiday weekend

 

 May 2 at  11am

May 2 at  3pm

     May 3 at 12 noon

May 3 at  3pm

 May 4 at 11am

May 4 at  3pm


 

 May 9 at 11am

May 9 at  3pm

 May 10 at 3pm

   May 16 at 11am

  May 16 at  3pm

  May 17 at  3pm

 

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Telephone +44(0)20 7249 6876

Master, Visa, Amex accepted

Children £8.50, Seniors £10, Adults £12

Email: puppet@movingstage.co.uk

 

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Barge proprietor Gren Middleton has written a book about

the adventures of creating the Puppet Barge.

It  is available on the following link.

 

                                     Like a Dead Bird Flying

               The foreword is written by Barge patron Michael Palin

 

Plans for the summer can be seen here

 

 

 

 

 

                                                                                        Brer Rabbit

 

      "... This beautiful spectacle involving exquisite wooden

      likenesses of rabbits, foxes, mice and even a tortoise, is

      surely one of the sweetest shows in London. Squeezed

      under the cramped cast-iron eaves of the motor vessel

      Maybrent (moored just off Blomfield Road) 50 of us watched

       JEM Rogers 's delightful adaptation from the Brer Rabbit

      stories, narrated by Rudolf Walker. This story involves a wily

      Fox but an even wilier Rabbit, who spends most of his time

      outwitting his traditional enemy...the puppets are beautiful

      and expertly manipulated."

                                                        James Wood The Guardian

 

 

                                                                     Brer Fox

 

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