Marty MacDonald’s Toy Machine – Saturday 20 August 2016

15th August 2016

From the team who brought you Marty MacDonald’s Farm.. they’re back by popular demand!

Join us this summer for a brand new show featuring the voices of CBeebies’ Justin Fletcher and Nicole Davis as Pongo the Pig and Molly-Moo the Cow.

Everyone at the farm is delighted with a new and special delivery that has just arrives – the toy machine that makes all the toys, for all of the children in the world!

But someone has been up to mischief and it shouldn’t be there at all.. It must be Crafty Crow. And now even worse, the machine has stopped working.. They’ll have to fix it before the Toymaker comes back.

Come down to the farm with Marty, Sally the Scarecrow, Pongo the Pig, Molly-Moo the Cow and Sheena the Sheep for this fun, musical and interactive adventure to repair the toy machine, save the day and give the world back all of its toys!

Songs include:

Head, Shoulders, Knees And Toes

The Wheels On The Bus

One Finger One Thumb

The Grand Old Duke Of York

Mary Mary Quite Contrary

Old MacDonald Had A Farm and many more!

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They use Makaton™ signing with our singing so everyone can join in! Makaton Website

Marty MacDonald’s Toy Machine is a fun, interactive, song-filled adventure,set on a colourful farmyard and featuring a host of lovable puppet charactersand has a special cast meet & greet after the performance.

Ages 2 – 7

Running time: 80 minutes with an interval



2:30 pm
The Atkinson – Theatre
£8 / £6 child / £24 family plus booking fee. Booking fee is £1 per ticket online/phone. A 2% credit card fee is charged for counter sales.



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