Join Farmer MacNeep, his poor lost sheep and a whole host of exciting farmyard friends this winter in a brrrr-illiant new show for 3 to 5 year olds. Created by Scottish Opera's former Composer in Residence Gareth Williams and writer Ross Stenhouse (Artistic Director, Hopscotch Theatre Company), Mister MacNeep has lost his Sheep! is a fun-filled interactive adventure brought to life by puppets and live music, and featuring the cleverest sheep in Scotland.
Poor Farmer MacNeep. It’s the snowiest, sleetiest, windiest winter ever and two of his favourite sheep are missing. Where on earth can they be? Maybe they’re trapped in the snow – oh no! But these aren’t any ordinary, silly old sheep. This clever pair have built themselves a lovely, cosy cave in the snow and are quite happy to wait out the wild winter weather with plenty of grass to munch, snug in their warm, woolly jumpers.
Farmer MacNeep is on the case – he’s going to find them come what may. But we need you to come too! Can you help him as he sets off in search of his long-lost pals?
Music Gareth Williams
Words Ross Stenhouse
Director Lisa Gregan
Scottish Opera Production Studios
40 Edington Street, Glasgow G4 9RD
Fri 28 Nov to Sun 30 Nov
Wed 3 Dec to Sun 7 Dec
Also touring to:
Lanark Memorial Hall, St Leonard Street, Lanark, ML11 7AB
Sat 13 Dec
Eastgate Theatre & Arts Centre, Eastgate, Peebles, EH45 8AD
Sat 20 Dec
The Newlands Centre, Romannobridge, Peebleshire, EH46 7BZ
Sun 21 Dec
11am & 2pm daily
Running time 45 mins approximately
Tickets £6 (plus 50p booking fee per card transaction)
In person: Royal Conservatoire of Scotland Box Office, 100 Renfrew Street, Glasgow G2 3DB
By Phone: 0141 332 5057 (Mon to Sat 10am - 3pm).
Saturday opening hours vary. Please check with the Box Office
Interested in group bookings?
Book ten tickets and get one ticket free.
For more information, please call 0141 332 9559 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Fri 28 Nov 11.00am•Fri 28 Nov 2.00pm•Sat 29 Nov 11.00am
Sat 29 Nov 2.00pm•Sun 30 Nov 11.00am•Sun 30 Nov 2.00pm
Wed 3 Dec 11.00am•Wed 3 Dec 2.00pm•Thu 4 Dec 11.00am
Thu 4 Dec 2.00pm•Fri 5 Dec 11.00am•Fri 5 Dec 2.00pm
Sat 6 Dec 11.00am•Sat 6 Dec 2.00pm•Sun 7 Dec 11.00am
Sun 7 Dec 2.00pm
Sat 13 Dec 11.00am•Sat 13 Dec 2.00pm
Sat 20 Dec 11.00am•Sat 20 Dec 2.00pm