Rosie's Adventure: A Shepton Mallet Tale
Created by 900 children, performed by six schools
91% of families surveyed felt being creative was vital for their children's development
Rosie's Adventure has been created through workshops with 900 children. It is a tale about Shepton Mallet and about what it means to grow up here. It is a story about adventure and exploring new worlds, it is a fable about being brave, and more than anything it is a story of community.
Rosie's Adventure celebrates our community here in Shepton Mallet and features words, feelings and world's created by the students themselves. It is performed by six local primary schools together . And as well as featuring nearly 200 children, you can expect a few surprise guests to appear...!
To create the show children have worked with some incredible puppet makers, film-makers and animators, theatre companies, dance companies, storytellers and artists. We hope you'll join us for Rosie's Adventure!
As capacity is limited tickets are strictly limited to two per family. We hope you understand.
Friday 6th March, 5pm & 6:30pm, St Paul's CofE (VE) School Hall
(please note for the second show doors only open at 6:20pm)
To book your free ticket click here (please note tickets are restricted with an access code for parents only until 16th February at 6pm when they are open to all!)
With thanks to Paddleboat Theatre company for supporting the final production and Storm Productions Group for sponsoring and supporting the performance.