Puss In Moon Boots Christmas show to stream online this festive period

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A brand new online Christmas show will be streaming this festive period.

Sleeping Trees, who last year brought The Legend of Moby Dick Whittington to living rooms, return this year with Puss In Moon Boots.


The interactive film will be streaming from 1 December 2020 to 10 January 2021.

Jam-packed with original songs, characters and some of the finest living room engineering you’re ever likely to see, this is a seasonal space adventure for the whole family that’s truly out of this world.

This time the trio are turning a house upside down to head to outer space! Puss, (Santa’s cat and a wannabe inventor), has always dreamed of building a rocket which would allow him help Santa to
deliver all the Christmas presents.

But, no one ever takes his ideas seriously. After Santa’s sleigh, presents and reindeer are stolen by a mysterious festive space villain, there’s only one kitty that can save the day!

For more information and tickets from £5 (on sale 26 November), visit

Co-writer James Dunnell-Smith said: “After the success of our 2020 living room adventure, we were keen to do another now we knew what was possible and how ambitious we could be with the DIY movie format. Creating a sci-fi inside a house seemed particularly daunting but we’ve never been the type to shy away from a challenge!

“Despite live theatre returning, which we are obviously thrilled out about, the film last year allowed us to reach new audiences and people who wouldn’t necessarily go to the theatre much. We are still in a pandemic, so we’d like to continue to offer something for people who are still staying home a lot or don’t want to travel too far for theatre. We hope this year’s film will allow us to do this as well as attract audiences new and old to our live show this year too.”

Alongside its new online adventure, Sleeping Trees is bringing brand new panto mash-up Sleeping Beauty & The Beast to in-person audiences at Battersea Arts Centre from 26 November to 30 December 2021.

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