Creative Workspace, Bristol
Saturday, 13 Apr
£1.50 - £2.50
Grinter is a giant. She lives happily alone in her huge cold house, surrounded by her huge snowy gardens, enclosed by her high, frost-covered walls. She shuts out the world, because long ago, the world shut her out, and so she hides, safe and quiet in her peaceful, icy home.
Outside the towering walls of her enormous garden, the world has been changing and there is very little green left. One day, the children - tired of playing on hard roads and grey rooftops - find a chink in the giant's wall and climb through, changing the course of the children’s and Grinter's lives forever.
Expect powerful storytelling, captivating puppetry, beautiful design, enchanting music and a sprinkling of magic.
“A beautiful show that will appeal across generations.”
(A Spy in the Stalls Review)
Post-show drama workshop from 1-2pm led by Soap Soup Theatre's Gill Simmons.
Grinter: Rosamunde HIne
Poppy: Charlotte Dubery
Director: Adam Fuller
Designer: Tomasin Cuthbert Menes
Composer: Matt Huxley
Lighting Designer: Robbie Butler
Movement Director: Laura Street
Circus Director: Gwen Hales
Puppet Maker: Emma Powell
Textile Artist: Rhyannan Hall
Costume Maker: Abi Kennedy
Set Builder: Georgie Shire
Produced by Tomasin Cuthbert Menes and Tessa Bide
Co-Produced by Gill Simmons and Helen Edwards
Production Assistant: Alice Massey
We open the building from 11am and the show starts promptly at 11.30am so please arrive between 11am and 11.25am.
We regret that we are unable to admit people who arrive once the show has started as this is hugely disruptive to other audience members and the performers.
Creative Workspace is a fully wheelchair accessible with an accessible toilet.
Queens Road, Withywood