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Presented by  Mismatch Theatre

Have you ever closed your eyes and tried to imagine a new colour?

Greytown is a place where colour is feared, creativity is silenced and anybody new is turned away. Little Lucy is different. She believes there are things far more exciting out there, but something is stopping her. A mysterious creature has appeared outside her gate, could it be the monster from her father’s stories?

Lucy must step away from the colourless crowd and bring the joy back to her land before it’s too late! Will Lucy find her Too-ra-loo-ra-lum?

Mismatch Theatre presents their brand new, family friendly show for all ages. In a world that is becoming increasingly grey and divided, they want people to dust off their paint brushes, put on their dancing shoes, and find the things that bring us together! Having developed this show through workshops with children in schools and local bookshops, imagination is the true essence of this production.

They combine poetry, puppetry and physical storytelling with an original score by Jack Daffin and illustrations by Louis Wood, to create an immersive explosion of this topsy-turvy-turbulent world.

Too-Ra-Loo-Ra-Lum: and other colourful tales was first performed earlier this year as part of the Bristol One Act Festival where it received a number of awards including Audiences’ Choice and Best Moment of Theatre.

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