Thumbthing to believe in

The story of Tom Thumb was actually the very first folk story to be printed in English, way back in 1621.

Tuesday, 23rd February 2016, 7:30 am

It is most certainly enduring, this thumb thing.

The legend, set in the times of King Arthur with Celtic folklore remains a popular choice today, and if you need proof you can check in with a production at Stantonbury Theatre on Saturday.

Acclaimed company DNA Puppetry and visual theatre are bringing the tiny tale to the stage, in a show perfect for youngsters aged four years and up.

Follow Tom’s magical journey from wizard Merlin and the Fairy Queen to his quest from King Arthur to defeat a fearsome dragon!

Celebrating nature, and with sensory play and participation, children are encouraged to explore their local natural environments, which we reckon is a great thing.

The Theatre4Kids event begins at 2.30pm.

Tickets are £9.50, (concessions £7.50), or take a family ticket for thirty quid.

To make a booking call 01908 324466 or visit the website: www.stantonburytheatre.co.uk