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All the World's Our Playground Festival - Saturday 17th July 2021

Get your disco-gear a go-go and your crazy bike riding skills ready as we present... All the World's Our Playground Festival 2021

Owing to Covid this years festival will be all outside - so bring your brollys, bring your shades, bring your picnic rugs.... and most of all bring your sense of adventure!

This years' event will take place in the beautiful grounds of St Paul's CofE VC Junior School - a huge thank you to St Paul's for hosting us. The event will be ticketed to control capacity - you can choose either a morning or afternoon ticket!

MORNING TICKET- 10:15am - 1:30pm

Book a morning ticket here

AFTERNOON TICKET - 12:30pm - 4pm

Book an afternoon ticket here

DISCO TOUR - when booking this you will automatically be included for the morning or afternoon session that your tour is in! Book for the DISCO tour here

(various times - must be booked separately)


10:30am Tallulah Swirls, When Eggy met Peggy Theatre Show

11:00am Walkabout Mirror Men

11:30am Squashbox Curious Creatures Theatre Show

12:30pm Chapel Dance Studio Dance Through the Decades

01:00pm Stilt Bikes

01:00pm Bowlish Infant School Maypole Dancing

01:30pm Jellyfish Theatre Wagon of Dreams

02:00pm Higher Beings Crazy Bikes Trial

02:15pm Tallulah Swirls, When Eggy met Peggy Theatre Show

03:00pm Squashbox Curious Creatures Theatre Show

Silent Disco Dance Tours (must be booked separately)

There will be silent disco waking tours led by Mojo Moves, Cheryl Sprinkler and Dance Anna

10:15am, 11:30am, 1:15pm, 2:30pm


There will also be marshmallow toasting and a forest school area from Holly and Hawthorn local stalls and flower crown making from The Snowdrop Festival and the Shepton Horticultutal Society and a Cheeky Bean tuk tuk on site...

Squashbox Theatre 

Last time they visited we had over 500 people come and watch their show. This year Squashbox Theatre welcome us to the Curious Creatures wildlife park, established by Jeremiah Johnson: world-renowned explorer, zoologist and animal collector. Nobody knows more about animals than him.

Unfortunately, Jeremiah Johnson is currently lost somewhere in the jungles of Africa, so he has handed the running of the park over to his inexperienced nephew Craig… and things don’t quite go as planned...

Expect to meet curious creatures of all shapes and

sizes: from performing fleas, skateboarding snails and

gymnastic gerbils to irritable alligators, over-excited elephants, and a very intelligent orang-utan!

Learn about how animals evolved, how their amazing adaptations help them survive in the wild, and how animals can help us learn more about ourselves.

After all, we’re all related if you go back far enough!

Using puppets, comedy, slapstick and live music - plus lots of amazing natural history facts - Squashbox Theatre will uncover the mysteries of the animal kingdom.

When Eggy Met Peggy

What happens when the lonely egg, sat on a wall, meets the sparkling pea from under that huge pile of matresses?

Join Eggy and Peggy The Pea, a rock-n-rolling raspberry, cha cha-ing carrots and a blue horse in this deliciously funny and original twist on The Princess And The Pea. A feast of delightful puppetry, laughter and a stomping soundtrack to inspire adults and children alike. 

Higher Beings Circus

Higher Beings Circus bring their incredible Mirror Men walkabout Theatre act, Stilt Bike displays and a Crazy Bikes area for everyone to have a go.

Chapel Dance Studio

Shepton's very own Chapel Hill Dance Studio run by Emma Hill will dazzle audiences with their amazing Dance through the Decades routines - featuring everything from Rock and Roll to Disco!

This event is kindly supported by Shepton Mallet Town Council Wells Festival of Literature & St Paul's Junior School.

Attendees are reminded to adhere to current social distancing regulations and not to attend if displaying any symptoms of Covid-19. 

Please be aware that owing to Covid guidelines there will NOT be toilet facilities onsite - toilets will be located at Collett Park or in the Town Centre.

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