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Brand new children’s show at the Guildhall




Marty MacDonald's Farm EMN-160526-090221001
Marty MacDonald's Farm EMN-160526-090221001

A brand new show featuring the voices of CBeebies’ Justin Fletcher and Nicole Davis as Pongo the Pig and Molly-Moo the Cow is coming to the Guildhall Arts Centre this Summer.

Everyone at Marty MacDonald’s Farm is delighted with the special delivery that’s arrived – the Toy Machine that makes all of the toys in the world.

But then they realise that Crafty the Crow has been up to mischief and it shouldn’t really be there at all.

Worse still, the machine has stopped working, so they need to fix it before the Toymaker comes to get it back.

Join Marty, Sally the Scarecrow, Pongo the Pig, Molly-Moo the Cow and Sheena the Sheep in a fun, musical, interactive adventure to repair the Toy Machine, save the day and give the world back its toys.

Marty MacDonald’s Toy Machine is a fun, interactive, song-filled adventure, set on a colourful farmyard and featuring a host of lovable puppet characters.

The family show is particularly suitable for two to seven-year-olds and lasts for 80 minutes (including a 15-minute interval). There is also a special cast meet and greet after the performance. (Please note Justin and Nicole do not appear in person).

Tickets are priced at £10 (£9 concessions) or £36 for a family of four and can be purchased online from the Guildhall website at www.guildhallartscentre.com or from the box office on 01476 406158.

There’s plenty more coming up at the Guildhall this summer, so make sure you keep an eye out on the website for all the exciting upcoming shows.



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