The Boy Who Cried Wolf

When

Sunday 12th February 2:30 pm  —  3:30 pm

Where

The Citadel Theatre

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Price

Free

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imageresizerJamie has one job: look after the sheep.
If the wolf sneaks out from the forest he must shout and scream WOLF! so that everyone from the village can come and chase the wolf away.

Watching sheep is boring. Waiting for a wolf that never comes is boring. Very boring.
A wolf running out of the forest with his tongue lolling and his teeth sharp as knives would be so very, very exciting. Wouldn’t it?

‘The Boy Who Cried Wolf’, adapted from Aesop’s fable, is Dommy B’s fifth nationally touring show for children and families. It follows last year’s hugely successful ‘When Trolls Try to Eat Their Goldfish’ (co-produced by Action Transport Theatre).

This hilarious new play, made in collaboration with Z Arts and Big Imaginations, features live music, and is directed by the award-winning Kevin Dyer. Kevin’s plays include ‘Baghdad Zoo’ (York Theatre Royal), ‘The Bridge’ (Dundee Rep) and ‘Giving It Back’ (BBC Radio 4). He also wrote ‘The Monster Under The Bed’ for Polka Theatre, which won the Writers’ Guild ‘Best Children’s Play’ Award.

“Really very inspiring. I love the seriousness and the humour.”- Benjamin Zephaniah
“Dominic is an exceptional force in the poetry and spoken word scene.” – John McGrath Artistic Director, National Theatre Wales

“From the moment he started to speak we were totally captivated – the incredible way he uses words, the expression and energy of the delivery and the subject matter made him irresistible.”- City Life Magazine

**Please Note**
The Box Office will allocate the best available seats at the time of booking. To check the availability of seated tickets, please contact our Box Office on 01744 735 436
All tickets purchased from the Citadel website will be held at the Box Office for customers to collect.
For more information or to book tickets over the phone please contact the Box Office on 01744 735 436 or send us an email at info@citadel.org.uk
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Please contact the Box Office directly (01744 735 436) if you are entitled to one of the following concessions:
• Disabled
• Carer
• Job seeker
• Pensioner
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Proof of eligibility must be provided at the Box Office when you collect your tickets.

Seated Events
This is a fully seated event; the Box Office will allocate the best available seats at the time of booking.

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