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Theatre Royal Brighton : Nellie Limelight and the Oysters of Time 16th Dec – 2nd Jan

Theatre Royal Brighton’s Christmas show for young children has become a seasonal tradition for many families who come back every year to experience these beautifully made, promenade performances that happen around you as you journey around the fascinating 200 year old building.

Nellie Limelight and the Oysters of Time is a funny, enchanting, seasonal adventure that will delight all 4 – 7 year olds and their grownups this Christmas. The show opens on Sunday 16 December and performances take place during the day, at various times, until Wednesday 2 January.

This year there’s something fishy going on in Brighton…

When theatre detective Nellie Limelight receives an anonymous call for help she sets out to investigate. She uncovers a story of stolen jewels, pantomime villains, a broken time machine and a misplaced sea creature!

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Nellie has arrived

 

This magical tale unfolds as you follow intrepid investigator Nellie around Theatre Royal Brighton. It’s her most peculiar case to date and she needs your help to solve the mystery and put things right.

Nellie Limelight and the Oysters of Time is written by Stuart Warwick, directed by Joy Forsythe and designed by Abi Horn. Nellie Limelight is brought to life by Florence Leon’s funny, physical and quirky performance; and Karl Williams plays Bert, the theatre’s maintenance man who is a dab hand at creating time machines! He also plays Bert’s demanding, selfish and downright nasty sister Dame Battie Baubles.

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Making a time machine

Also starring in the show are some extraordinary puppets made by Andy Heath whose puppet creations have been seen in Harry Hill – the movie; Muppets Most Wanted and Star Wars.

Tickets:

www.atgtickets.com/brighton

Or call 0844 871 7650*

*Booking fees apply. Calls cost up to 7p per minute, plus your phone company’s access charge

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