Feedback for The Magic Beanstalk Tour


Here's some of the feedback we had from the 2014 Autumn Tour: 


'From Jack the giant killer and his worried mother to Daisy their cow and fluttering butterflies, this tale of their woe, without food or phone, is told at pace and in style.  For the most part great fun, within the comedy there is a message, not to say a science lesson on the importance of and the threats to our plant life'

***** The Cornishman


'We had the performance and two workshops today and I would honestly say that the puppet show was the best play I have ever seen- it enthralled our children ages 4-11 because there was something for everyone- awe and wonder, humour, sadness, humanity, science, a real eco-message and the puppetry was astounding. I loved the way that it made the tale completely different and, although very "timeless" it was also current and local.' 

Head at St. Marks Primary School


'The show was great and really inspiring to both children and parents. My son is 4 and his friends 4‐6. They loved it. My favourite bit was the message that knowledge and learning is the real treasure and riches.'

Parent, Millbrook 


'Can I just take this opportunity to say a HUGE thank you to you and your production. The children absolutely loved it. We are carrying out. A science day tomorrow so the children can have a go at the exploding coca cola'

Carclaze School


'The Jack and the Beanstalk production is an action‐packed, funny adventure that any of the family would enjoy.  The marvellous puppets are the stars of the show.  The staff are really talented and amazing. It’s a brilliant show and I would love to see it again (I am because my mum’s booked tickets).'

Louis, Mullion School


'Great performances, great makes. Well done!'

Emma Rice, Joint Artistic Director, Kneehigh.


'Just to say what a pleasure it was to have the Magic Beanstalk touring last autumn. The show itself was a lovely thing – I saw it at the Eco Park and it was full of children who were glued to the performance. The mixture of science and performance worked really well and gave a well‐known story a different edge.'

Claire Marshall, Carn to Cove