By House of Stray Cats
Puppets by Maia Kirkman-Richards
'You’d be hard pressed to find a more crowd-pleasing piece of children’s theatre!'
'Bad Bingo is portrayed by an extremely well-crafted three-person puppet that leaps, creeps, pounces and struts his way around.... It is really exciting to see an almost life-size puppet in this scale of production.'
Bo is bored of the ordinary. He wants to stay up late, eat biscuits and conquer the world. One rainy afternoon, an invisible friend comes bursting into his life, turning Bo’s ordinary world upside down. Wherever Bo goes, his imaginary friend follows… he is there at breakfast time, he’s there when Bo is trying to do his homework, he’s even there when Bo goes to the toilet! But where has this friend come from? And will he ever leave?
From the creators of ‘The Dream Factory’, House of Stray Cats presents a tale of a friendship like no other. Packed full of puppetry, music, magic (and a sprinkle of mischief), ‘Invisible Me’ promises to be an unforgettable experience for the whole family.