Scrivener’s Bookshop (part of the Buxton Fringe Festival) 15th July, 11am, 12pm, 2pm, 3pm & 4pm
Green Man Gallery (part of the Buxton Fringe Festival) 16th July, 11am, 12pm, 2pm & 3pm
Art on the Hill (The Windmill Hill and Victoria Park Arts Trail, Bristol) 8th October 2017, 4pm
Sticky Was performed at the Edinburgh Fringe in 2000 where it garnered some delightful reviews before being revised for the Buxton Fringe Festival in 2017
this! Don’t to on’t to that!
Don’t suck your thumb or tease the cat,
If you do my little friend,
You’ll come to a STICKY END!
Brand new cautionary tales told with good humour, music
and lots of joining in for families to enjoy together. Never
again will your child play too much minecraft, eat too much
icecream or refuse to go to bed after watching Sticky
Each batch of tales lasts 30 minutes and the audience
choose the stories they want to hear from a selection of
props on display.
Sticky Ends is one-woman show that fits into almost any
space, making it a perfect for community events, festivals
& fairs as well as libraries and schools.
‘Excellent performance . . .’
Roger Horvath, Buxton Fringe Review
“10/10! We loved it! How do you get to be a storyteller because I want to be one now! Really funny. We all had such a lovely time!”