The Boy Who Cried Wolf

February 21, 2021 - St. Clair Memorial Hall

Inspired by the famous Aesop fable, this beautiful warming wintery tale tells the story of a bother of a boy, his mother and granddad, and a village of knitters whose fingers flick and needles click, all played by a gifted ensemble of Tutti Frutti's actor musicians who bring the endearing characters to life.

‘It shows the young minds the art of the possible in theatreland, and a dramatic experience that’s completely new’ - Huddersfield Examiner

4 stars- tutti frutti bring silliness, imagination and sheep to Aesop’s well-known fable - The Stage

A beautiful show was performed by three distinctive and talented performers, who had the audience enthralled from the moment you entered the Studio - York Mumbler

The show proves once more that the team-up of Tutti Frutti and writer Mike Kenny is a recipe for theatrical magic - Arts York

The physical theatre is fabulous, with each of the three cast members working their fleeces off to entertain us all with fast costume changes, dreamy dancing and amusing asides thrown in for good measure - Little Vikings

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