Nathan Queeley-Dennis and Fiona Drummond will appear in PINOCCHIO at the Orange Tree this December, an enchanting new family show playing from 14 December.
Hugo is bored, lonely and needs a friend, so his mum makes him his very own Pinocchio, setting them both on an adventure to the top of a snowy mountain, out to pleasure island and into the belly of a wiggly whale!
With puppetry and original music, use your imagination to help Hugo on his magical journey with friends new and old this winter.
A fun, interactive show for anyone aged 3 to 103 (babies welcome!) about the adventures we can have when we pretend, created by OT Community director Liam Shea.
The Puppetry Director is Lori Hopkins, Musical Director and Composer is James Cleeve, and Lighting Designer is Chris McDonnell.
Nathan Queeley-Dennis’s theatre credits include Black Love (Paines Plough and tiata fahodzi), Really Big and Really Loud (Paines Plough), Hear Me Now: Monologue – Vol.2 (Tamasha Theatre), A Taste of Honey (National Theatre). Television credits include Doctors (BBC).
Fiona Drummond’s theatre credits include Telling Tales (Shakespeare’s Globe), The Kindness of Strangers (curious directive, Theatre By The Lake); Noises Off, Hay Fever, Keep Smiling Through and London Assurance at the National Theatre.