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Developed at Cambridge Junction

Supported by The Robinson Theatre (HRSFC)

"If it’s likely something you want to do is going to go very VERY badly... then it’s probably not worth doing, right?"

Definitely categorically 100% based on true events; through music, absurd soulful metaphors and chain smoking puppets, Eden tells the emotional and tragic tale of an exponentially unfortunate fox… 

Using puppetry, household lamps and a dramatic over-score, Eden blends truth and fantasy to create a textured visceral style. Don’t be fooled by the cuddly toys. If you thought this was going to be a children’s show… You thought wrong.

Clever, funny and truly unique” - Camden People’s Theatre

“Genius suicidal squirrel puppet show” - Sh!t Theatre

This is no Basil Brush” - Grapevine Live

Fly On The Wall Awards - ★★★★



“As a parent, this is just the theatre that I would want to bring my children to see”

- Audience response 

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Supported by Arts Council England and Cambridge Junction

Tiffany can’t sleep, join her on a quest to answer why...


Tiffany is twisting and turning and her mind won’t stop whirring. She knows there must be a PEA hidden underneath her bed! As Tiffany adventures down through worlds of mattresses and mysteries, she meets the restless bed folk: the bumbling Shepherd and his herd of ‘counting’ sheep, the thieving Bed-Bugs, and of course, the wise old Memory Foam...

None of them dare to venture to the bottom of the bed, but that won’t stop Tiffany. The roaring doesn’t scare her. Join Tiffany on her quest to find the PEA and get a good night's sleep. But what is really keeping her awake?

All the stories tell us that stepmothers are evil. Maybe the fairy tales are wrong...

PEA is a family show for adventurers aged five and over, filled with enchanting puppetry and intricate soundscapes.

"That was unbelievable!" - Primary school student, age 6

"Something for everyone" - Teacher of Ridgefield Primary School

Audience responses:

"Enchanting to behold"

"The whole experience was like living a dream"