Larger Cast shows you can book for bigger venues and as part of tours
Cinderella Green the recycling queen
The well-loved tale with an environmentally friendly twist: a puppet play of Rubbish, Recycling and Romance.
Cinderella Green works hard for her two wasteful, lazy, hygiene-obsessed sisters
(Mopella and J-Cloth) but all she really wants to do is hang out with the wildlife that she loves.
Join Cinders as she wages war on her sisters’ waste,
shines at the Prince’s Royal Garden Party and
campaigns to clean up the kingdom!
The show is filled with crazy characters, gentle clowning, catchy sing‐a long songs (composed by Hannah Rhodes), and with magical puppets made from household objects.
Winnie and Wilbur A Christmas Adventure
Join everyones favourite accident prone witch Winnie as she tries to give Wilbur (her long suffering cat) a Christmas to remember.
The wacky witch drags Wilbur on a Christmas adventure all over her magical picture book world including a visit under the sea and even into outer space. Winnie tries to collect things to make Wilburs ultimate christmas dreams come true, when all Wilbur really wants for christmas is to curl up by the fire and sleep on his black rug, with his black bowl and to lick his soft black fur.
‘Wild Boor Ideas’ stirs up a cauldron full of fun and audience participation, a pinch of puppetry and gentle clowning, a scoop of original songs and music and a chunk of crazy characterisation to cast its special seasonal spell in this magical theatre show.
Super Market Scrooge
A warm-hearted, wacky tale about the true meaning of Christmas and the challenge of the last-minute seasonal food shop.
Meet Emily Scratchett, working for ‘Scroogeways’ Supermarket on Christmas Eve for paltry wages, and her boss Wilhelmina Scrooge. Up to now Wilhelmina has always discounted Emily’s loyalty but soon learns to bag a friend for life!
Sing along with a feast of Christmas Dinner puppets and fill up your Nectar Card of love in this heart warming pantomime presented by Wild Boor Ideas.
The Elves and the Shoe maker
A poor cobbler is down on his luck but his simple acts of kindness inspire some magical elves to offer him help in return.
What people say about this show:
We absolutely loved this magical show. Glad to get our emma fix as she always makes us laugh out loud. Anna and family.
Wild Boor Ideas have hit on a great one: involve every child in the audience in magical endeavours and you will have their rapt attention for almost an hour of seasonal fun. Daily Info
Our 4 year old said ‘magic’. Our 2 year old is making all the twinkle lights with his hands. Thoroughly enjoyed by us all. thank you so much hope to see you again next year.