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Excitement levels are running high in the London Museum of Egyptology.


The world famous Amulet of Tutankhamun is on display for the first time.


Join Professor Pinkerton and his team of expert Egyptologists as they try to unravel the Curse of the Mummy before it is too late...

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"This performance not only reinforced the facts about Ancient Egyptians, but also encouraged the children to take a role in developing their learning through drama.


The characters were fun and very memorable, especially Francoise Baguette!


We really enjoy the Hobgoblin Theatre team coming to our school - they are always so professional and flexible. Thank you."


                            Katy Brown, Claygate Primary School

"A very enjoyable experience for pupils and teachers!


Children were well engaged throughout. The idea of breaking up the acting with little thought groups was effective and well in tune with how children cope with longer periods of sitting.


Hopefully see you again!"


                     Amy Brow, Davington Primary School

"It was amazing. Best we have ever seen!


Costumes were great and accents & the interaction with the children was very good. When divided into 3 groups the children were enthusiastic and had lots of interesting ideas to share with you.


Loved the way you got lots of facts across and at the same time got all of the children to laugh and remember it all.


We will very much try to get you back at some point next year. Thank you."


             Niamh Quigley, Ashton House School

This interactive play blends action and discussion to fully immerse the audience in the story. As well as watching the play the children also get the chance to discuss the action they are watching in 'interactions' with the actors throughout the show.

"The play had the children really engaged and was appropriate to their level. Acting was very good and made content accessible to all learners.


We really liked how there were bursts to brainstorm what had been learnt at various points in the performance.


The day was well organised, actors were professional and really good with the children. Punctual and with good timekeeping


We will be booking with you again soon!"


             F McAlpine, Minet Junior School

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What sort of music do Mummies listen to...?


Wrap music!

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