A lively new version of Andersen's much-loved story that's written and directed by Andy Manley, designed by Shona Reppe and brought on-stage by Catherine Wheels.
This is seriously a high-end team, with the awards to prove it. Not that any of the young audience will know (or care) that Manley got his own wings, so to speak, earlier this year when he picked up a Bank of Scotland Herald Archangel at the Fringe. Aged three and over, they're interested in THAT duckling. Yes, him. The one that looks like a young Eric Morecambe with horn-rimmed specs, drably dressed from head (a grey balaclava) to toe and with his bare knees poking out gawkily from under his school shorts. You'd probably body-swerve him in the playground.
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