Here’s another brilliant show for younger audiences from the pioneering Little Angel Theatre.
In their second outing, Scoop the Junk lady and Bertie the Bottle welcome you back into their special space, where they make things out of the stuff other people throw away, and use them to tell stories. This time, they’ll tell you the story of MR GOBBLE’S GARDEN.
He looks like a slipper with a mop for some hair.
For when he’s not gardening, he rests in his chair.
But, more than anything in the world, and of this I am certain
Mr Gobble is extremely proud of his garden.
Mr Gobble is the grumpiest man you’ll ever meet in your life, but his pride and joy is his garden. He tends to his herbs, fruit and sunflowers, and is growing an enormous Orchid to enter into a competition. But one day, a mischievous mole comes digging, and Mr Gobble has to learn an important lesson about kindness, sharing and friendship.
The show lasts approximately 15 minutes and is available now
Although this show is free to watch, please consider making a donation to the Little Angel Theatre which does vital work in helping younger children to access the joy of theatre.
This production was filmed in a socially distanced way at Little Angel Studios.
CREDITS: Performed by Lori Hopkins
Written by Jon Barton
Directed by Samantha Lane
Designed by Emma Tompkins
Lighting Consultant Sherry Coenen
Sound composed by Ailie deBonnaire
Filmed and edited by Suhail Merchant
Assistant puppet makers Geoff Hense and Imogen Evans
Supported by NESTA and Arts Council England.
Watch MR GOBBLE’S GARDEN here
You can find the first instalment of SCOOP’S SPACE here