What We're Watching - Seaside Terror

Odd Doll bring their creepily weird puppet stories to the stage in Seaside Terror, a compendium of tales told by the ghoulish Mr Chilly, be-masked ice cream man with a Cornish accent. The staging is a flat of his van, which the scenes for the stories cleverly pop up in and around. After handing out free Cornettos (I declined the first ones for fear I was going to get it in my face, and then when I did accept on the third round, it was very mushy!), Mr Chilly introduces each segment, and then the puppets take over. It’s all quite Royston Vasey, and more aimed at a younger audience I would say, but you cannot fail to be impressed by the ingenuity of the simple technical effects. There are only

You Shore had a good time in Grange-over-Sands

Shore had a good time in Grange-over-Sands False moustaches, female impersonators, fury Ruski hats and decidedly dodgy accents were all evident at Laugh and Let Die Murder Mysteries latest comedy show last night. And that was just the audience! Staged at the Lakeland Haven Caravan Park, our James Fond 007 murder mystery lark went down a storm – with guest Zoe even taking on the role of one of our suspects (and putting us all to shame!) Wonderful to work once again with the North’s most wonderful whodunit comedy team of Rob Ireland Matthew Seber and Rosa Boat. Special thanks to Margaret Bell and BRA-VO to Nig Richards for playing madcap scientist Philip Screwdriver and femme fatale Ivana! Lov

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