Story of baby fire dragon will delight kids in Grantham over half-term

The Blunderbus production of Dotty The Dragon.
The Blunderbus production of Dotty The Dragon.
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A children’s story about a baby fire dragon called Dotty comes to the Guildhall stage for half-term.

Blunderbus presents Dotty the Dragon, who lives on the top of a mountain with her grumpy dad. In the village below, everyone is scared of them because they think that dragons eat children! One day, she decides to pay the village folk a surprise visit, because everyone loves a surprise... don’t they?

The story blends music, pupperty and high energy storytelling suitable for three to seven-year-olds and their parents.

Blunderbus has been composing shows for 15 years and has previously adapted Giraffes Can’t Dance, The Selfish Crocodile and Elmer the Elephant. They had a recent global success with ‘The Owl who was Afraid of the Dark’ which played in Dubai, Singapore and Malaysia in 2012.

Tickets are £8 adults, £7 for children and £28 for a family of four. The performance is on Monday, February 17, at 2pm at the Guildhall Arts Centre.