Within the confines of his bedroom George can conjure pre-historic beasts and subterranean mythical creatures . . . simply by slipping through a black hole into other-worldly dimensions.
All these imaginings are just for fun, until George is summoned to protect the Ancient Spirits of the Imaginees.
Harnessing his magical powers against those that seek to dim the dazzling light of creativity – join George as he stretches ideas into even more fantastical brand new shapes.
A globe-trotting quest bursting at the seams with magical illuminations and original music – in a tale about how limitless imagination can be (and how it can get you into a spot of bother sometimes!)
‘. . . It’s always a good sign when children are up on their knees, mouths agape, intent on the action on stage and there’s no question that the audience, children and grown-ups alike, were captivated . . . a far more palatable, and less gruesome, fairy tale which ends just the way you’d like it to.’
Weston Super Mum review of Brave Bold Drama’s Hansel & Gretel Dec-Jan 2016
‘A wonderful and engaging show . . .’
Bradley Stoke Radio review of Brave Bold Drama’s Alf the Highwayman, May 2017