LAMBLEY’S next professional theatre presentation will be The Jungle Book, performed by touring company the Oxfordshire Theatre Company. This new adaptation of the famous Rudyard Kipling stories presents the thrilling and heart-warming tale of Mowgli, the boy brought up by wolves. Educated by Baloo the bear and Bagheera the panther, while stalked by the great tiger Shere Khan, Mowgli must learn the laws of the jungle and become a young man with the confidence to walk alone.
Adapted by award-winning playwright Neil Duffield, this family production of is packed with all the drama, excitement, and fun of Kipling’s classic story. It has already received rave reviews since it started its autumn tour.
Supported by Notts County Council’s Village Ventures scheme, Lambley Arts Festival has brought exceptional professional theatre to the village, including The Last Snow Rider from NTC Touring Theatre and Michael Morpurgo’s Farm Boy from New Perspectives. The Jungle Book promises to be another treat for all the family.
The Jungle Book is suitable for anyone aged 5+ and will be performed at Lambley Village Hall on Saturday 19 November at 7.30pm. Tickets cost £8 for adults, £6 for children/concessions and £25 for a family ticket (four people – max of two adults). Please email David Longford( firstname.lastname@example.org ) or call him on 07914 942019 for seats.