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A TRIP-TRAPPING MUSICAL ADVENTURE Returns to Paignton this half term

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Lost The Plot Theatrical are delighted to announce the cast and venue schedule for their upcoming tour of the family-favourite children’s show ‘The Three Billy Goats Gruff’. This interactive, family fun
show is the perfect half-term treat for little ones and the big kids that bring them! The production visits Palace Theatre in Paignton on Thursday 26th October 2023 with the performance scheduled at 14:00

The show will also tour to: Trinity Arts Centre, Gainsborough; Camberley Theatre; and Watersmeet Theatre, Rickmansworth this October for young family audiences.

The October tour comes off the back of their London run Summer 2023, as part of London’s first Children’s Theatre Festival at Coram’s Fields in the heart of the West End. ‘The Three Billy Goats Gruff’ premiered at The Palace Theatre Paignton in February 2018 and following several fantastic tours in 2019, 2020, 2022 and February 2023 Lost The Plot Theatrical are thrilled to be taking the show on the road once again. Lost The Plot Theatrical also visited the Palace Theatre, Paignton earlier this year with their smash hit children’s musical ‘The Three Little Pigs’.

The show will feature the return of their London cast. Reprising their roles: Maddie Trueman as Baby Billy Goat; Emily Juler and Middle Billy Goat and Liz Chadwick as Big Billy Goat.

On a grassy hill, in the middle of the countryside, there lived THREE BILLY GOATS GRUFF!

They never stopped eating and before long they had gobbled everything they could get their hooves on!

The only option is to go looking for more food. Hold on to your horns and journey with Big, Middle, and Baby Billy Goat on their wild adventure as they
bravely cross the rickety bridge to greener pastures. But who will they meet along the way as they TRIP TRAP over the bridge? Come along and join the billy goats on their trip-trapping adventure!

‘The Three Billy Goats Gruff’ is a new take on the traditional tale for children of today and is perfect for first-time theatre goers. Featuring catchy songs, funky dances to clap along to and a rapping Troll…the ensemble cast narrate the story throughout as Big, Middle and Baby Billy Goat. Each goat takes turns playing the role of Terry the Troll in this brand-new children’s musical, with original book, music & lyrics by Richard Brindley & Edward Johnson and musical orchestrations & arrangements by Tom White.

Producer and director Richard Brindley said:

“I’m so excited to tour our production The Three Billy Goats Gruff. I’m looking forward to welcoming new family audiences to this fun-filled show and hopefully inspiring some first-time theatre goers to the joys of live theatre once again. Theatres across the UK are still feeling the pinch of the cost of living crisis, with venues and commercial companies, including Lost the Plot, battling to keep theatre affordable and accessible for everyone, so now more than ever, touring theatre companies are looking forward to welcoming audiences back to support live theatre!”

Maureen McAllister, Manager of the Palace Theatre said

“I was absolutely delighted that Lost the Plot Theatrical launched their first tour of The Three Billy Goats Gruff with us – to have had such a new and vibrant company with a brand-new production coming to our theatre was perfect for our resident and visiting audiences. We saw lots of happy smiling faces trip, trap, trapping through our doors in February and I’m sure they will on future tours to come”.

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