I am really pleased to introduce a brand new episode of Mr Gotalot’s Gotalot Shop, the enormously popular theatrical sitcom aimed at families in Bristol and the South West courtesy of Monkey Trouser’s Theatre.
Want something? Need anything? Been burgled? An extremely clever detective is called to the magical Gotalot Shop to help solve a very serious crime in:
Mr Gotalot’s Gotalot Shop: The Cheese Burglar!
Someone has burgled Ms Barnet’s lovely golden cheese and she wants the criminal mastermind brought to justice!
Enter Detective Shirley Lock, the supremely smart private eye, who must deduce from a variety of mysterious clues just who the Cheese Burglar could be.
Meanwhile, Sidney’s evil twin brother has come to stay for a holiday… Will Mr Gotalot and the gang be able to solve the crime before tea time?
Just what exactly has happened to Ms Barnet’s precious golden cheese? Will Detective Lock find all of the vital clues? And how do you do a car chase in a theatre??
There’ll be plenty of the usual shenanigans so join Monkey Trousers Theatre for the sixth instalment of this exciting and totally criminal show for the whole family!
Here’s a taster…
Performances are on Sunday 8th, 15th and 22nd January 2017, at 10.30am, 1pm and 3.30pm, in the Kelvin Players Studio Theatre, 253b Gloucester Rd, Bishopston, Bristol BS7 8NY.
Tickets are £7 each for aged 3 and above (babies on laps are free) or £25 for a family of four. Please book tickets well in advance as the shows are VERY popular!
You can purchase tickets through the website. For more information and to book, please visit www.monkeytrouserstheatre.com.
Shows last approximately 45 minutes and are suitable for children aged three to nine years old and their families.
Expect lots of cheese, jokes, silliness, car chases, dancing, storytelling, crime reconstructions, a hilarious line up, cheese, and more cheese!
Monkey Trousers Theatre is a vibrant Children’s theatre company started in 2015 by puppeteer and producer, Charlotte Whitten and writer, Fran Lewis.
They bring original plays and theatrical concepts to audiences in Bristol using their strong sense of foolery and fun.