What’s On: The Nosy Little Troll, Forest Arts, New Milton
FAMILIES can embark on a festive-themed quest as the Nosy Little Troll visits New Milton’s Forest Arts on Saturday 16th December.
Billed as an interactive, funny and magical production conceived for families with children aged between three and eight, the puppet theatre show is designed by Garlic Theatre, the makers of Oldilocks and the Three Bears.
The story is set deep in the heart of the Norwegian Forest where the trolls live – big trolls, tiny trolls and a Nosy Little Troll who has an amazingly sensitive nose.
One day there is a mumbling and a rumbling from the trolls. What is that wonderfully stinky smell wafting through the trees? That doesn’t smell like Christmas!
The Nosy Little Troll sets off to follow her nose on a quest to solve the mysterious pong. Will she be brave enough to cross the scary old stone bridge and succeed in sniffing out the culprit?
The warm-hearted and funny Scandinavian story, starring a tasty brown cheese song, a lost goat, snowflakes and lots of joining in.
Garlic Theatre is an award-winning international visual theatre company that has toured 21 countries outside the UK.
Described as one of the top puppetry companies in the UK producing wholly original work, Garlic Theatre tours theatres, festivals, art centres, village halls and schools to average audience figures of 20,000 per year.
Founded in 1997, Garlic Theatre has a reputation for unusual, funny, eccentric and highly original performances that fire the imagination of children and adults.
This December Garlic Theatre are ready to hold their young audience spellbound with wonderfully crafted troll puppets, live music and plenty of snow!
The Nosy Little Troll will be on stage at Forest Arts on Saturday 16th December at 11am. Tickets are £9 each or £32 for a family of four. To book visit www.forest-arts.co.uk