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The hat was too big it was going to be the nest. Stan was dressed as an owl, everybody was laughing at that. They were singing a lot of songs. The snow can down. I drew a picture of the Crumpety Tree - it made me laugh.

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Molly Whuppie

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Molly Whuppie is based on a traditional Scottish tale. Molly is a Scottish super-hero, a bold wee girl who climbs the mountain to brave the forest, the Giant and the Bridge of the One Hair, in search of food for the Winter Feast. She discovers a Giant and a King who are not what they seem – the Giant is in fact a joyous ukulele-playing Gardener, persecuted by the wicked King Boris, covetous of his Neverempty Purse, his Dragon Sword and his Singing Ring! Most importantly she discovers that she herself is cleverer and braver than she ever imagined.

Molly Whuppie was first adapted by Virginia Radcliffe in 2001 and been seen by over 33,000 people all over Scotland. It has played as the Christmas show twice at The Traverse, The Byre St Andrews and Greater Easterhouse Arts and toured extensively from distant Highland village halls to inner city Glasgow housing schemes. The last production was in 2013. The LicketyTale of Molly Whuppie has also toured to Sweden and Ireland.

Molly Whuppie is suitable for everyone aged 3 years old and up, including children with additional needs and English as an additional language. 

Did you know it was our 10th Birthday last year? Read our Molly Whuppie newsletter as part of our 10 year retrospective!

document Molly Whuppie Newsletter Dec 2014

 

 

Testimonials


The show was great, very enjoyable and funny! My child was very interested! She sat through the whole show!Audience member. The LicketyTale of Molly Whuppie, December 2013
Absolutely fab! Kept the kids enthralled!Audience member. The LicketyTale of Molly Whuppie, December 2013
Child loved it - very funny!Audience member. The LicketyTale of Molly Whuppie, December 2013

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