Surefooted Puss in Boots puts his claws out on sloping Trestle stage

PUBLISHED: 10:27 22 October 2015 | UPDATED: 10:27 22 October 2015

Puss in Boots

Puss in Boots

(c) Alex Brenner

Puss in Boots digs his claws into the sloping stage at Trestle Arts Base next Saturday, October 31.

The show by Marcello Chiarenza, adapted and performed by Patrick Lynch from CBeebies, is part of the Get Creative Family Arts Festival

Using smoke and mirrors and hidden trapdoors Patrick shows how the sure-footed feline fools both the King and the Ogre to put his master at the top.

Puss in Boots features a host of puppets, a working windmill and an avalanche of fruit and nuts.

The performance at the arts base in Russet Drive, St Albans, begins at 2.30pm and tickets at £12/concessions £10 and a family ticket £40 are available from the box office on 01727 850 950 or online at www.trestle.org.uk

The Live Music Project hosts a Halloween Spectacular next Saturday evening with fancy dress and lots of extra events.

Headlining are St Albans band, The Vaulted Skies, with their own brand of original indie rock influenced by the likes of The Cure, Nirvana and Warpaint.

For one night only they are bringing burlesque dancers with them.

Joining them will The Tuesday Club who have just released their new EP My Consciousness and will be playing at Trestle on their promo tour, fresh from supporting Toyah on tour in London.

Also appearing at the gig, which starts at 7.30pm, are 111 and The Antipoet, aka Paul Eccentric and Ian Newman, with their beatrantin’ rhythm‘n’views.

They have toured the poetry, comedy and music circuits and have appeared at countless festivals including Glastonbury.

Admission is free but anyone interested in volunteering for the event or would like to sign up to perform,

should contact Denise Parsons at production@trestle.org.uk


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