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Redwings Caldecott will play host to a theatrical adaptation of David Walliams’ popular children’s book, Mr Stink.
The show aimed at families will take place in the gardens next to Caldecott Hall at the Norfolk centre on Wednesday 18th August, from 4pm.
Mr Stink, which will be performed by Heartbreak Productions, is the fun and heart-warming tale of young Chloe who befriends a tramp and tries to help him when it looks like he may be heartlessly driven out of town.
Tickets cost £13 per adult or £10 per concession, while a family of four can buy a ticket for £40.
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Ticket holders are welcome to arrive from 3pm and enjoy a walk around the centre, where they can meet some of our rescued horses and donkeys before the show.
Hot food and refreshments will also be available from Oliver’s Café and our gift shop will remain open so you can purchase a souvenir from your time at Redwings.
Debbie Scott, Head of Fundraising, said: “We’re really thrilled to be hosting our first theatrical production at Redwings Caldecott! We have a beautiful outdoor space next to our newly refurbished Caldecott Hall which will provide plenty of room for families to enjoy the show in a Covid-safe environment.
“Redwings Caldecott has gone through a lot of exciting changes in the last couple of years, including the construction of a large new café, wedding ceremony and reception facilities, and a beautiful self-catering accommodation suite. Hosting this fun family event is the next step in making Redwings Caldecott a real community asset and visitor destination, which we hope benefits the local area and, of course, the rescued horses and donkeys in our care.”
(Images printed with permission of A P Watt at United Agents on behalf of Quentin Blake and David Fawbert Photography)