These performances have had to be postponed due to one of our puppeteers catching COVID. We are hoping to reschedule the show for some time in the future.
Stel & Wes Fight the Flood is presented by Norwich Puppet Theatre.
Stel (the stoat) and Wes (the weasel) are best friends. It’s 2050 and their natural habitat is looking a little less natural than it should.
When Herb (the hawk) delivers the news that a flood is on the way, there isn’t enough time to avoid disaster and Stel and Wes get separated as the waters rise. The only way they can stay together is by travelling back in time to stop the flood from happening. Join them both on an adventure that sees them trying everything they can to fight the flood.
Expect dynamic puppetry, opportunities to interact with our story and some seriously catchy music.
Further Information For Stel & Wes Fight the Flood
This will be an outdoor production performed in the Norwich Puppet Theatre garden and The Plantation Gardens. We will keep the performances outside as much as we can, so please bring appropriate clothing and accessories such as hats, suncream, or raincoats! If the forecast is particularly bad, the Norwich Puppet Theatre performances will move into our main theatre.
This show is recommended for everyone aged 5+. It is not recommended for younger children, however under 5s may attend our 11am performances. Tickets for under 2s are free, but must be booked. Under 5s cannot attend the 2.30pm performances of this show.
Audience members cannot take prams into the performance space and under 2s will need to sit on an adult’s lap. Prams can be left in our foyer.
The 11am performance on Wednesday 3 August will be relaxed.
All performances have unreserved seating. If you require the front accessible row, please book our Accessible Seats, or phone the Theatre to book on 01603 629921.
The Theatre Green Book is an initiative by the whole of theatre to work in more sustainable ways. This production is part of a Theatre Green Book trial of shows that use less resource, recycles more, and controls energy in all aspects of the production.
- Director Molly Harris Farley
- Puppet Maker Jodie Smith
- Movement Director Mikey Brett
- Puppeteers Alicia Britt & Benedict Hastings
- Production & Sustainability Manager Lucinda Bray
- Set & Costume Designer/ Maker Constance Canavarro
- Sound Designer & Engineer Bill Vine
- Access Advisor Lorna Heap
- Special thanks also go to Paul Fletcher & early collaborators Ella Daymond & Sam Webber