Touring Children’s Shows

Alice in Wonderland

Join Alice as she meets the wacky, weird and wonderful – characters like Tweedledum and Tweedledee, The White Rabbit and the Queen of Hearts. A new version for all the family.

Sinbad The Sailor

Sindbad (now Sinbad) was a merchant, a sailor but more than that he was a storyteller- with stories from seven voyages from the seas from Persia to China with all the recipe of a great story for PMA to adapt from the original Grimm Brothers tale. Music and comedy elements in a lively interactive performance.

Jollity Farm

This is a fun, bright and colourful show aimed at 3 – 7 year olds – a panto style story, which has good versus evil, and will be educational too. There are larger than life characters such as Freda the Freisan, Naughty Norman, Martha the Milkmaid living down the farm doing battle with the arch villains Freddy the Fox and Willy the Weasel.

Oggy The (not so) Orrible Ogre

Imagine – Shrek meets the Giant from Jack and the Beanstalk and we have Oggy who as the title suggests is not quite so ‘Orrible who with all his friends try live normally in the village of Bogmarsh until a stranger with sinister intentions upsets the applecart… and several other things in the village! A family panto style show for children 4 upwards.


We invite you to follow the tale of the wooden puppet who wanted to be a boy brought magically to life. Join Pinocchio, Jiminy Cricket and all their friends, (and enemies) in a brand new version of a classic tale based on the original story by Carlo Collodi. Music, comedy and adventure with colourful costumes, hilarious jokes and plenty of audience participation – a must for all the family!

 The Night Before Christmas

Family Comedy, Rock Musical. Take five actor musicians and allow them to express themselves and their talent with a ‘terrific script’ and you get an excellent blend of live music and comedy with a story based on the original poem by Major Henry Livingstone. Father Christmas is taken captive by the evil Ice Queen and Jack Frost and needs to be rescued by his elves before Christmas Day – can they save him?

All are designed to be a theatre style show 90 minutes with interval.