They Eat Culture will host the latest edition to the programme at The Continental with, “When Trolls Try To Eat Your Goldfish” this Thursday.Advertisement
The quirky-titled family comedy show will see a mix of performance and music and is one of a year-long programme to be hosted by They Eat Culture, a non-profit production group. “When Trolls Try to Eat Your Goldfish” is the story of one by one, animals and birds mysteriously going missing into a forest lead by troll-prints.
The show is by award-winning Dominic Barry, who also performed on the BBC’s ‘Rhyme Rocket’ and has had a sell-out national tour last year. He has also collaborated with Simple Sergio, who has written and performed live music for the show.
“We always have a lot of fun when we come to Preston with a show,” he says. “There’s always a great turnout, and the kids are always super-enthusiastic!”
Tickets will be £5 each, or £15 for a family of four. Tickets can be purchased from the venue, or off the SeeTickets or Skiddle websites.