FINDING FATHER CHRISTMAS AT THE CATHEDRAL
A walk-about Father Christmas experience inside Truro Cathedral, incorporating storytelling, singing and a grotto. Children helped our cat and mouse find Father Christmas and received a gift from him!
This show was kindly funded by Truro BID. Credits for this show HERE.
JACK FROST 5: LOST IN TIME
Our 6th Winter show, this time with the theme of time travel! Jack Frost got himself lost and we needed some help to find him! Four new stories were written by the company and the show was made to be performed both indoors and outdoor promenade.
Young performers from St Austell Launch course where cast in supporting roles, given them a fantastic opportunity to gain skills in live performance.
Kindly funded by FEAST Cornwall and Truro BID the show toured to Cornwall in Dec 2022. Credits for this show HERE.
SCIENCE ADVENTURES: THE POWER PICKLE
Our team are in a right pickle! Professor McGuffin’s ground-breaking Sub-Nuclear Optical Transmitter (S.N.O.T.) has stopped working, and it’s jeopardising the whole mission! Now it’s our job to find a way to power it! Join our intrepid scientists on an adventure like no other... Prepare to travel to the deepest depths, and soar to the highest heights! This fantastical show will explore science with fun and accessible adventure stories. Credits for this show HERE.
JACK'S FROSTY STORIES 4
Adventures Around the World
Funded by Arts Council England and TruroBID the fourth edition of our JACK FROST winter show. Exclusive to Truro the show was a predominantly outdoor promenade storytelling adventure for audiences aged 5+. A collection of new stories written and developed by the company accompanied by puppetry and music. Due to Covid-19 restrictions the show was created for small socially distanced audiences. Credits for this show HERE.
JACK FROST'S STORYTIME
A collection of our favourite stories from 5 years of winter shows in Cornwall. The show featured Jack Frost & The Snow Queen telling tales with the help of music, animation and puppetry.
The show toured to The Poly Falmouth and Bodmin Old Library in December 2020 exclusively.
TALES FROM A HAUNTED BOOKSHOP
Funded by Arts Council England this spooky show was created for slightly older audiences of 8+. A collection of new stories written and developed by the company accompanied by puppetry, innovative lighting, and beautifully crafted animation. The show toured Cornwall in October 2019 and will be touring again in 2021. Credits for this show HERE.
JACK'S FROSTY STORIES 3
Funded by Arts Council England the third iteration of our winter storytelling show featured new tales and characters, specially commissioned animation and music, singing and live projection. We worked with Four2Three Projections and Jupiter Creatives to further develop the staged version and Truro BID to take the promenade show outside for the first time! The show toured Cornwall in winter 2019. Credits for this show HERE.
Combining storytelling, interactive elements, puppets, music and silliness this Arts Council funded show was created in 2018. The show tells the story of the Science Fictionaries who are a group on scientist searching for the best stories about science. Unfortunately disaster strikes when their collection is destroyed and they need the audiences help to get their stories back. A fun, educational, interactive show for 5-12 year olds. The show toured Cornwall in Summer 2018 and again in Spring/Summer 2019, before heading to Plymouth Fringe, London venues and Edinburgh Festival Fringe. Credits for this show HERE.
JACK'S FROSTY STORIES
Funded by Arts Council England and produced specifically for The Poly Falmouth, this immersive story telling event took audiences on a tour of the building as they searched for Jack Frost. Aimed at children and families this magical story telling promenade show brought a little extra sparkle to the Poly for Christmas 2017. The show was re developed for Christmas 2018! Credits for this show HERE.
TALES OF ICE AND SNOW
Produced by Jasmine in collaboration with The Poly Falmouth, with funding from Arts Council England and Feast Cornwall, Tales of Ice and Snow was an exciting first project for Coppice Theatre. The production in December 2016 included storytelling, animated projections, puppetry, live music and audience participation. The piece was made by emerging performers, artists and stage crew and experimented with a range of different approaches to theatre making. From this production the company refined their style and form.