The stage adaptation of Stick Man has been made available to watch online.
Inspired by the book by Julia Donaldson with illustrations by Axel Scheffler, Freckle Productions’ Stick Man was playing at the Rose Theatre Kingston before being forced to close due to lockdown restrictions.
Fortunately the final performance at the venue was filmed and the made-for-TV version of the show will be available for a limited period until Sunday 31 January.
The Stick Man stream is available to book for a 24-hour viewing period on a chosen date. The stream costs £20, with donations above this amount gratefully received to help support the livelihoods of everyone who was working on the production before it closed.
You can book online via www.rosetheatre.org/whats-on/stick-man–stream.
This delightful adaptation from Freckle Productions, the team behind Zog, Tiddler and other Terrific Tales, and Tabby McTat features a trio of top actors and is packed full of puppetry, songs, live music and funky moves.
The piece is directed by Sally Cookson (A Monster Calls, Old Vic Theatre) with Associate Director Mark Kane, design by Katie Sykes (Jane Eyre, National Theatre), lighting by Elanor Higgins (Private Peaceful, UK Tours) and music by Benji Bower (A Monster Calls, Old Vic Theatre). The cast features Jamie Coles as Stick Man, Georgina Duncan as Stick Lady Love and Euan Wilson as Actor-Musician.