Ready to wear your warm clothes and walking shoes because Coppice Theatre has prepared an exciting twist to their popular show “Jack’s Frosty Stories 4: Adventures around the World”. Following last year’s success in their show in Truro, a brand new variety of the show is in works that involve the audience participation in walking around the city as they follow the story unfold.
The story takes you on a joyous journey around the world to help Jack’s friend in the search for the mischievous cat, wherein along the way a collection of festive winter tales is shared to the audience enjoyment. This show is suitable for children and adults as Coppice Theatre makes use of puppetry, creative storytelling, and delightful music for people of all ages.
This exciting show takes place in different locations as they make way to Christmas. This begins on December 5 and 12 and is set to start outside Truro Library, at the entrance of Union Place. The Snow Queen’s Elf friends will be there to guide you and help you prepare for a variety of movements such as walking, standing, and climbing stairs around the city following the story. December 19, 21, and 22 shows are located at Boscawen Street, and the show on the 20th will be set inside the main entrance of Pydar Pop-Up by St. Clement Street and is said to be fully accessible day.
Tickets are available online at www.crbo.co.uk. You may also buy tickets at 01726 879 500, as well as at the Visitor Information Centre on Boscawen Street when it re-opens on December 2.
The audience and participants are assured that COVID-19 restrictions are implemented, including social distancing measures, limited audience sizes, the rule of six while booking, and the proper wearing of face masks for over 12 years old, unless when inside.