The Adventures of Pinocchio

    About

    Geppetto, the brilliant Italian carpenter, carves a block of wood into a puppet who will be the son he has always wanted and a loving companion in his old age. But times prove tough for Pinocchio, the wooden boy, who finds himself an oddity in the village and always in trouble. Then one night a little grasshopper tells him about a blue fairy who has the magic to turn him into a real boy…

    And so begins an epic voyage of discovery as Pinocchio, hotly pursued by his broken hearted father, tackles a fearsome fire-eater, conniving highwaymen, a town filled with nonsense, a killer shark and a really really big nose.

    Farrows Creative

    Farrows Creative

    ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

    Archived show. To book any of our productions please contact Kerrie Burke-Avery, Producer, on 0117 963 0963 or email kerrie@tobaccofactorytheatres.com

    RUNNING TIME 2hrs (inc. interval)
    AGE RECOMMENDATION 6+
    ORIGINAL VENUE Factory Theatre

    Cast & Creative

    creative team

    Director – Andy Burden
    Writer – Toby Farrow
    Designer – Harriet de Winton
    Composer – Pete Judge
    Lighting Designer – Matt Graham
    Costume – Bianca Ward
    Costume Maker – Sonia Booth
    Props – Ruth Moore
    Scenic Artist – Philippa Thomas

    Cast

    Pinocchio – Petra Dennis
    Blue Fairy / Ensemble – Krissi Bohn
    Jimmy / Ensemble – Felix Hayes
    Geppetto / Don Carloddi – Mark Ross
    Luigi / Ensemble – Eoin Slattery
    Guilietta / Ensemble – Hannah Summers
    Musicians – Jim Barr, Clive Deamer & Alex Vann

    Farrows Creative

    Farrows Creative

    Reviews

    Hugely charismatic… a terrific new telling

    The Guardian

    A spellbinding family treat this Christmas, which will delight audiences young and old

    This is Bristol – Five stars

    The rich, otherworldly atmosphere and a full set of fine comic performances make this worthy (and refreshingly different) festivel entertainment

    Venue

    Exhilarating and enchanting by turns, you won’t find a better Christmas show around

    Whats On Stage

    A light-hearted and imaginative plot makes this a refreshing take on the classic tale

    Primary Times