Room on the Broom

The Witch had accidently turned her sister into a cat.

Tall Stories are at macrobert this week bringing the much-loved children’s book ‘Room on the Broom’ to life.

Room on the Broom will be a wonderful adventure for anyone aged 3+, and I do stress anyone. Every time that Tall Stories come to macrobert (The Gruffalo, Something Else) it is a fantastic experience for all.

Tall Stories are an internationally renowned for their unique form of physical story telling, and Room on the Broom continues the trend.

Room on the Broom completely sold out last year, so make sure that there is Room on auditorium for you (Do you get it? I used the title…it’s funny because ‘Room on the Broom’ and ‘Room in the auditorium are similar’).

Please do not take my joke as a pre-cursor to how good the show will be, I assure you it will be infinitely better.

Room on The Broom is here Tues 2nd and Wed 3rd Feb (times vary).


Review from Fiona, Executive Director

Sometimes I think what a lucky girl I am (okay if truth be told at my age I’m maybe hanging on to the girl thing a bit too long!)
Today I’ve had a “macrobert moment” day – those days where I see a show or something happens and it makes me feel good to be part of the team.
This morning I saw “Something Else” by Tall Stories – it was beautiful, well written, great performances and a lovely story about friendship which I am so disappointed my 9 year old didn’t get to see.
But the bit that makes it a “macrobert moment” is the look on the audience’s faces and watching children who aren’t old enough to walk, bobbing along to the music so engrossed they don’t want to leave.
This afternoon it was watching the children react and play with our mascot Wallace as he wanders round the building.
Actually maybe that’s why I still am a girl at heart!something else

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