This Christmas, Taunton Brewhouse are proud to present their brand-new circus musical extravaganza The Little Prince.
Stranded in the middle of the Sahara Desert, a brave pilot meets the Little Prince, a mysterious child from far away with a universe of stories to share. As water begins to run out, can these fantastical tales of adventure help this unlikely pair find a way home?
Based on the much-loved story by Antoine de Saint-Exupery, join the planet-hopping prince on an intergalactic adventure like no other! You’ll meet a host of colourful characters – from the friendly fox to prickly rose.
Joyously adapted for the stage by Metta Theatre and complete with spectacular circus and enchanting original songs, this uplifting tale of friendship and imagination is the perfect family treat this festive season.
PREVIEW & OFF PEAK PERFORMANCES
Tuesday 6 December – 7pm
Saturday 10 December – 11am & 3pm
Thursday 15 December – 7pm
Friday 16 December – 7pm
Saturday 17 December – 11am
Tuesday 27 December – 11am
Wednesday 28 December – 11am
BSL Interpreted Performances – Sunday 10 December at 3pm & Thursday 22 December at 7pm
British Sign Language interpreter Daryl McMullan will be stood at the front stage left for the whole show translating for those who use sign language. £15 tickets are available for those who identify as D/deaf. Free Essential Companion tickets are also available. Please contact the Box Office for more information.
Relaxed Performance – Tuesday 20 December at 11 am
Relaxed Performances allow people with autism, learning disabilities, or sensory and communication disorders to enjoy theatre shows without having to worry about making a noise, moving around or leaving the auditorium. The performance has a less formal, more supportive atmosphere to reduce anxiety levels. Small adjustments will be made to this performance to make it more accessible. The house lights will be left on a half strength so that the theatre doesn’t ever go completely dark. Some loud noises, flashing lights and pyrotechnics may be left out of the show. All tickets for the relaxed performance are £15 – £18.50, with free Essential Companion tickets also available. Please contact the Box Office for more information.
Audio Described performance – Tuesday 20 December at 7pm
The show will feature a live commentary describing the action on the stage, delivered to participating audience members via a headset. £15 tickets are available for those who identify as blind/visually impaired. Free Essential Companion tickets are also available. Please contact the Box Office for more information.