The Museum of Marvellous Things

21 Jan 2024

Practically Perfect Pictures

Three doo dahs with bright furry outfits and colourful beaks look at each other.
A muffle wumper looks at the camera, he has furry orange hair, a blue nose, and black and white stripy horns.
A woman plays the trumpet.
A woman plays keyboard, she has red glasses on, and a green bobble hat with a yellow bobble.
Tilly and Norbert stand looking at the camera. Tilly has ginger hair in two plaits, and Norbert has round red classes and a green hat.

Welcome to The Museum of Marvellous Things, where the impossible can happen! 

Discover stars in jars, catch moons like balloons, dance with Doo-Dahs in cages, sing with Noo-Nahs on stages. Because this is a museum like no other – it’s made from the magic of your imagination – and you get to bring it alive. 

With giant puppets, magical effects, interactive storytelling, live original music and a chance to make your own special puppet, this is a fun-filled family show based on the picture book by Kristina Stephenson (creator of Sir Charlie Stinky Socks) 

“It was funny, hilarious, marvellous and so good I almost exploded.” – Theo (aged 6) at The Egg Theatre.  

“Wow! Absolutely wonderful and I’m aged 70 years.” – Grandparent  

“Mesmerising! Thank you so much for keeping our children and me entertained for an hour.” – Rina, a very happy Mama  

Running time: 50 minutes – 1 hour 

Suitable for ages 3-8 

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  • Photo credit: Ash Mills

A visual guide is available on request. 

Apologies, we are still awaiting content information from the company about this show.

If you have any particular concerns or questions you have about the performance, please contact our team and we do our best to help.