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Farmyard fun for kids at Thornton Little Theatre

Published: Wednesday, 09 July 2014

Marty MacDonald's Farm

A brand new show, featuring the voice of CBeebies’ Justin Fletcher is coming to Thornton Little Theatre on 31 August – it’s the perfect way to round up your summer holidays!

Directed by Tweenies creator Iain Lauchlan, Marty Macdonald’s Farm is presented by Martin Parsons (Playdays Live, Sooty’s Magic Castle) and Kate Ashmead (Tweenies, Thomas & Friends Live). With a colourful farmyard and host of loveable puppet characters, Marty MacDonald’s Farm is a family show particularly suitable for three to seven year olds.

The show features the much loved voice of Justin from Mr Tumble, Justin’s House and Something Special as the Voice of Pongo the Pig as well as Nicole Davis from Topsy and Tim and Chuggington as the voice of Molly-Moo the Cow - although they don’t appear in person their unmistakable voices bring the characters down on the farm to life!

Bring the kids along to help Marty MacDonald as he looks after his uncle’s farm – which has been left in a bit of a mess. The animals have gone on holiday, the farmyard is topsy-turvy and the crafty crows are eating the crops in front of his eyes! Join Marty, Pongo the Pig, Molly-Moo the Cow and Sheena the Sheep as they work together to find a way to rescue the corn and save their farm.

Come and join in the adventure, make new friends and sing along to your favourite songs and nursery rhymes, in a live and interactive theatre show with bags of fun and laughter.

If your kids love favourites such as Old MacDonald Had a Farm, The Wheels On The Bus, If You’re Happy And You Know It, The Grand Old Duke Of York, Twinkle, Twinkle Little Star as well as farmyard fun – this is the show for them!

Marty MacDonald’s Farm is coming to Thornton Little Theatre on Sunday 31 August at 11am. Tickets are £8.50. To book call the Box Office on 01253 887693 or click here