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Red Shoes and Huge Apologies: Two exciting events visit Northamptonshire this weekend!

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What Became of the Red Shoes?

This coming Friday 21 March, Little Pixie Productions will play at Helmdon Primary School with their magical family show What Became of the Red Shoes?

Granny Flo’s attic is full of old junk…or is it? On a rainy day a curious child, Ruby, explores it - discovering forgotten treasures including an interesting pair of shoes. Her imagination is sparked and she embarks on a magical journey meeting a pirate, some animals and even has a trip into space!

This brilliantly imaginative one woman show uses original music, movement and dance.

The show played at Staverton Village Hall last weekend and was brilliantly received:

"The children were mesmirised - it met our expectations and Rebecca [performer and producer at Little Pixie Productions] is to complemented on her skills - all of them! The parents and grandparents were smiling too!" - Judith Hurst, Promoter at Staverton Village Hall

The show starts at 6pm and is suitable for children aged 3+ and their families. Tickets are available from Helmdon Primary School 01295 768126 or Julie Crouch 01295 760699

For a taster of the show why not watch their trailer.

 

Him With His Foot In His Mouth 2 Stephen Chance Please Credit Pamela Raith Photography

Him With His Foot in His Mouth

Also on Friday 21 March, New Perspective, who run Northants Touring Arts, will present their heart-warming one man show Him With His Foot in His Mouth by acclaimed American author Saul Bellow at Helmdon Reading Room at 7.30pm

Harry Shawmut is a man who often says things he shouldn't. He once made an unkind comment to a lady in passing and now, years later, he has decided to apologise. But saying sorry isn't always that straightforward. Harry uses us, the theatre audience, to help rehearse the most elaborate apology in history, taking us through the contours of his heart-warming and uniquely moving life story.

Him With His Foot in His Mouth will also play at two other Northamptonshire venues that same weekend:

Ecton Village Hall, Wellingborough on Saturday 22 March at 7.30pm - tickets are available from 01604 402582 or ampm_ecton@yahoo.co.uk.

Gretton Village Hall, Corby on Sunday 23 March at 7.30pm - tickets are available from Andy Butterworth on 01536 770302, Gretton Post Office or can be purchased on the door

Watch the company's teaser trailer for the show here


For more information about both events please visit our What's On Section

tags: Northants Touring Arts NTA New Perspectives Little Pixie Productions