Lori Hopkins’ production of Sourpuss will bring puppetry, music and design to Wisbech

PUBLISHED: 07:00 05 March 2018

Sourpuss is coming to the Angles Theatre in Wisbech

Sourpuss is coming to the Angles Theatre in Wisbech


A new theatre production by Lori Hopkins that incorporates puppetry, original music and stunning design is coming to Wisbech later this month.

Sourpuss is a very grumpy, ginger cat. When shut out of the house he feels lost and confused, but the beautiful garden soon intrigues him.

Watch Sourpuss on his journey of discovery and enjoy learning the secrets of the great outdoors. From buzzing bees to a chirpy robin, stinky rubbish and vibrant flowers this visual show is a feast for little eyes.

This playful adventure for three to eight year olds features string and shadow puppets crafted by hand.

It will be performed on Saturday March 31 at 11am and 2pm.

Each show runs for 40 minutes with no interval and there is a post-show Shadow Puppet Making Workshop costing £3 per child.

Tickets, £7, are available from www.anglestheatre.co.uk/sourpuss.html


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