Paddington Lo-Commotion” will play throughout the summer holidays at Blenheim Palace, U.K, ending on Sept. 3.
The show will take audiences on foot through the UNESCO World Heritage Site to meet their favorite characters from the
stories and search for “buried treasure.” There will also be an opportunity to hop on board a real locomotive, subject to availability on the day.
At the end of the 55-minute adventure, families can enjoy free arts and crafts-based activities and visit the Paddington gift shop, as well as food and drink at the many restaurants and cafés around Blenheim Palace.
“After a hugely successful inaugural show at Blenheim Palace last summer for ‘
,’ Histrionic Productions is delighted to be staging
this summer,” says Adam McKenzie Wylie, founder, Histrionic Productions. “The combination of Paddington, a cracking new story full of
“It’s fantastic to be hosting another memorable and unique family experience at Britain’s Greatest Palace, following on from the success and popularity of Peter Rabbit last summer,” says Heather Carter, managing director, visitor attraction, Blenheim Palace.
“We are thrilled to be collaborating with Histrionic Productions for a second Paddington adventure, this time on the beautiful grounds of Blenheim Palace,” says Polly Emery, senior vice president brand and international licensing, The Copyrights Group. “‘Paddington Lo-Commotion’ is the perfect summer day out for all Paddington fans and little adventurers who share Paddington’s appetite for discovery and outdoor fun.”
The show will be directed and written by Calum Finlay and designed by Damien Stanton, who collaborated with puppetry designer, Jimmy Grimes. The show is supported by GWR and Jaguar Land Rover Classic.
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