The 'Lost Happy Endings' at The Tabard Theatre
A Christmas production, ideal for families
A brand new adaptation of Poet Laureate, Carol Ann Duffy’s magical adventure The Lost Happy Endings opens at the Tabard Theatre on the 17 December for the Christmas season.
Following the success of previous family Christmas shows at the Tabard (Stig of the Dump, Famous Five, Cinderella and A Christmas Carol) The Lost Happy Endings promises a vibrant, imaginative and charming theatrical entertainment, brought to life by a highly engaging company of actors bringing song, music and spectacle to the Tabard stage.
In Duffy’s magical world, every evening, as children are curling up ready for their bedtime stories, Jub sets off across the forest with a sack full of happy endings. She climbs to the top of the tallest Oak tree, and disperses these in order to bring comforting resolutions and sweet dreams to all that listen……… But what would happen if these happy endings were stolen? - imagine the tears at bedtime and the nightmares which follow…...
It's up to Jub to create her own ending and restore convention to the world of fairy tales in this lyrical story about the power of storytelling.
The Lost Happy Endings plays at The Tabard Theatre from Wednesday 17 December to Sunday 4 January. Tickets are priced £15 - £17. Group rate £12 per ticket. There are also matinee performances.
Book online or call the box office 020 8995 6035
December 12, 2014