A riotous and ridiculous retelling by The Last Baguette
Written by Sunday Times award-winning playwright Tiff Woodsmith & directed by Susana Alcantud
Ever wondered what’s in the box? The one on the top shelf? Why is it there? Why were you told not to look it in? Could it really be so bad?
With a plethora of costume changes, a pantheon of Gods and a prohibited peek into a pithos, The Last Baguette retell the preposterous and problematic story of Pandora.
A gallop through Greek mythology featuring goofy gods, hilarious heroines & daft deities. Join the Baguettes as they lift the lid on this classic myth with physical comedy, visual storytelling, live music, un-Apollo-getically bad puns and lo-fi special effects.
A show for anyone aged 6 to 126 who’s ever asked why.
About The Last Baguette
The Last Baguette make entertaining, accessible and eccentric work for family audiences, and are resident artists at Pound Arts, Corsham. The company was formed from a shared love of theatre, bakery and humour in Paris by graduates of the Philippe Gaulier and Jacques Lecoq schools.
This is an open air performance and will take place on the Loading Bay adjacent to The Goods Shed. Please bring your own blankets and cushions to sit on.
The show will go on regardless of the weather so please do dress accordingly (and we politely request no umbrellas so as not to obscure the view of others – thank you)