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See also two one man shows designed especially for young people:
Shakes-kids and Baked Beans and Custard
Kemp's Jig
Kemp's Jig tells of one man's Morris Dance from London to Norwich. A true story worthy of the Guinness Book of Records! Kemp's Jig has been seen at the Royal National Theatre, the Royal National Shakespeare Company, on television, heard on the radio and seen in 57 countries throughout the world thanks to the many international festivals visited and the British Council.

That's The Way To Do It!
That's The Way To Do It! traces the history of our love of the seaside. The play portrays 300 years of seaside fun as seen through the eyes of three descendant generations of Punch and Judy men.

Ally Sloper's Half-Holiday
Ally Sloper's Half Holiday was the name of a weekly comic strip
which first appeared on 3 May 1884. From 1884 until the 1920s, the red-nosed social climber who poked fun at the English people and their customs was a household name and national favourite.

The quiet world of Brother Barnabus isn't all sweetness and light. His altercations with his beloved bees and "Him up there" lead to some hilarious situations.

'Arris Music 'All
A rollercoaster of songs, jokes and visual humour from the age of variety and music hall. Designed for the young at heart, all you are required to do is sit back and enjoy yourselves.

A Night At The Pantomime
Pantomime is a much loved institution in village halls, theatres and big city venues throughout the country. Where did it originate? Why is it still so popular? This is a journey for all ages that will send you home smiling and happy.