Adapted by Adrian Mitchell with music by Stephen McNeff.
Jemima Puddle-Duck goes for a waddle through the woods, determined to find a cosy place in which to lay her eggs. She happens upon a foxy gentleman, who kindly offers her the use of his woodshed, along with a sackful of lovely soft feathers to sit on. Little does she realise that all is not what it seems
Rubber bands become worms and a scrubbing brush a fox's tail in this imaginative production. The cast of actor-musicians use the objects around them to create the much loved world of Beatrix Potter - with not an animal costume in sight.
Following the adventures of Jeremy Fisher, Squirrel Nutkin, Samuel Whiskers and Jemima Puddle-Duck, this production has been adapted by the poet Adrian Mitchell, with music and songs by composer Stephen
For everyone aged 4+
Directed by Tony Graham, with design by Sophia Lovell Smith.