The strings will definitely be attached when a theatre company brings a re-telling of a classic by Hans Christian Andersen.
The Tinderbox can be seen on Wednesday April 12 with two performances at the Leighton Buzzard Library Theatre.
A roguish soldier acquires a magic tinderbox which gives him the power to summon three extraordinary dogs to do his bidding.
Watch the soldier’s remarkable roller coaster adventure from rags to riches and back again!
Will he survive and win the love of the beautiful princess?
The show has been staged by the Norwich Puppet Theatre who have breathed new life into Hans Christian Andersen’s classic tale of magic, bravery and love with puppetry, animation and
This is a production by performed by two puppeteers and is designed for children aged four and over as well as their families.
One of only a handful of dedicated puppet theatres in England, Norwich Puppet Theatre is a hub for leading international puppeteers and theatre makers.
Founded in 1980 by Ray and Joan DaSilva, the Theatre has been sharing and celebrating the joys of puppetry for over 35 years.
Using traditional and contemporary puppet craft Norwich Puppet Theatre productions bring a fresh twist to well-loved fairy tales and stories which entrance children and adults alike.
Previous touring productions include Pied Piper, Red Riding Hood, Rumpelstiltskin in collaboration with Ripstop Theatre, as well as Oddly based on the children’s book written by Joyce Dunbar and Three Colours for early years audiences in collaboration with Polka Theatre.
Tickets for the show cost £7.50 for adults and £6 for concessions.
These can be booked in advance by calling the box office on 0300 300 8125 or by visiting www.leightonbuzzardlibrarytheatre.co.uk