Whats at the top of the Beanstalk?
‘Jack and the Beanstalk’ is a colourful and interactive family-friendly summer pantomime, with live music played on stage, singing and dancing along, excitement, laughter and surprises, and of course plenty of panto-style audience response. A ‘feel-good’ show that brings everyone together.
As always with a Treehouse Theatre performance, we don’t like to leave any budding actors in their seats – you can volunteer to play a small role in the show if you would like! We don't pick on people, so just put your hand up when we ask for volunteers at the start.
“Engagement and joy on every face”
“a magical and colourful performance”
“lots of participation, and, of course, everybody got the chance to boo and hiss, sing and dance and clap and cheer”
Our storyline was devised back in September with the help of 800 local children, families, and our disabled community, so 'What’s at the top of the Beanstalk?’...might not be what you expect!!
This is an outdoor performance staged in Westbury Manor Museum Gardens.
Please bring a chair/rug and dress for the weather.
Refreshments will be available to purchase from the museum café ahead of the performance.
Event: Sunday 7 may, 2:00pm