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What do you call a snowman with a six-pack...?
The Abdominal Snowman!
Gerda and Kai are best friends... until Kai's heart is infected by a sliver of a Troll's magic mirror! Gerda must go on a quest to save him from the clutches of the Snow Queen.
Along the way she meets a whole host of crazy and colourful characters.
"The children were fully engaged with the show. We liked how they were involved. The show was age appropriate for Years 3 & 4. The length of time for the show was also spot on.
It was enjoyable and funny for children and adults alike! Thank you!"
Sharan Padda, Alexandra Primary School
"Absolutely fantastic performance, the children (and staff!) thoroughly enjoyed it. The children loved that it was based on 'Frozen' which made it very relatable.
You were fantastic with the children and had them all engaged from the minute they entered the hall.
A huge thank you from all the children and staff! Have a lovely Christmas!"
Sarah Watterson, Ashcroft Primary School
"Absolutely fabulous performance. Thoroughly enjoyed by all of the pupils and staff.
A lovely way for our children to round off all of their hard work this term. Thank you!"
James Ford, Reddiford School
"Thank you! We thought the play was excellent. Such good fun.
It engaged all our children (and grown-ups). What a talented bunch of people you are. Thank you for a great afternoon."
Lorna Watson, Ninfield CE Primary School
"The show started on time and was professionally set up. The story was well told and the props were used to bring it to life.
All children were engaged and participated when asked to join in.
The show was a good length to keep the children engaged and the adults were entertained too. Thank you!"
Ceri Stone, Corsham Regis
"The cast were quick to set up and extremely professional.
The audience loved how much they were involved in the performance, and the children were excited and animated throughout.
The content of the performance was age appropriate and adapted from the original story to include lots of up-to-date references that the children could appreciate.
One particular child said it was “the best show he had ever seen!”
Catherine O'Neill, Milton Keynes Prep School
"A fantastic performance of The Snow Queen, which entertained the whole school, adults and children alike!
Great audience participation, magical set and professional actors. We can't wait for the next performance.”
Sharon Bondonno, Handcross Primary School
Here's a trailer for the show...