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Fri 2 Nov 11:00 & 14:00
60 minutes

Tickets available here: http://themontgomery.org.uk/TheMontg...On?Film=150927

Presented by ThisEgg

Suitable for children age 5 and their families.

"A rarity... deliciously eccentric" - Lyn Gardner for The Guardian

CRAFT WORKSHOP AVAILABLE WITH THIS PERFORMANCE

Our fuzzy little friends need our help and so we’re launching a political party disguised as a party party disguised as a show. There’s only one problem. The bees are dying and without them, we will too. Multi award-winning theatre company, ThisEgg, invites you to save the world - one bee at a time. A new family comedy with live music. Plant the seed for change, join the Bee Party.

Me & My Bee is a show for children & adults, tackling a bigger issue in a more intimate manner. The show plays with how we can make what we imagine become real. It is about cause and effect. It is about humans as much as it is about bees. It is about doing more to help, before it is too late.

Devised and Performed by Joe Boylan, Josie Dale-Jones and Greta Mitchell, this is an imaginative piece of comic theatre charged with vitality and immediacy.

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