Published: 00:31, 05 December 2018
There’s a naughty chap on the loose in Canterbury from this weekend - and he’s likely to delight little ones.
The Naughty Fox is a heartwarming play-along tale for children of all ages, which has been written by the Marlowe Theatre’s literary associate James Baldwin.
A journey of discovery and friendship told by two storytellers with puppetry, musical instruments and light projection, the show makes magic with everyday objects. James was inspired to write it as a result of his experience creating multi-sensory stories with soft toys for children in hospitals.
The show runs at the Marlowe Studio from Friday, December 7 to Sunday, December 23.
He has also written a second show, which runs between the same dates at the studio, ...If We’ve Never Been to the Moon? featuring the same actors.
It tells of Noel’s quest: to find a man who filmed him falling more than 25 years ago, sent it to You’ve Been Framed, and didn’t share the £250 he promised. Now, Noel wants his cash.
Tickets cost £10.25. To book for either show, visit marlowetheatre.com or call 01227 787787.