It is the future-but the not-so-distant future. The people of Earth have become lazy – all they do is watch television, play computer games and Text! And their diet is no better: burgers, pizzas, chocolate bars – they can’t even remember what a vegetable looks like!

It is as if the whole planet has been brain- washed. It couldn’t be true, could it? ‘The Doctor’ thinks so and it is not long before he discovers it is part of much bigger plan for Universe domination – the Invasion of the Summer Puddings!

Join our Health conscious Dinner-Time Lord as he and his new assistant Lainey Puddle, battle with this sugary adversary and in the process change the minds of the people of Earth and get them moving again.

But can he finally make us realise that our only real enemy is ourselves…?

Invasion of the Summer Puddings, which explores how to change our lifestyle, is available at two levels for either an Infant (4-7 yrs) or a Junior (7-12 yrs) audience and looks at our five a day challenge, how to eat a balanced diet, hidden sugar in foods, how exercise affects our bodies and our pulse rate and how our respiratory system works.

Not available this Autumn Term 2017

REQUIREMENTS: A space approximately 15ft x 15ft at one end of a school hall (raised or on the flat is fine) and access to a plug socket. Actors will introduce themselves to office staff on arrival and need their small van as close as possible to the performance area for loading and unloading.

SET-UP TIME: 45 minutes
DURATION: 60-65 minutes
PACK-UP TIME: 40 minutes
AUDIENCE LIMIT (schools): 300

PRICES Please call or email us with your requirements as we often have special offers depending on where in the UK you’re based and when you want your show.

We invoice by post or email after the event and all our fees are fully inclusive apart from VAT.

Feedback

“Just a quick note to say how great we thought your latest production was! The healthy eating and exercise message was pitched just right for our children and the adults really enjoyed the script too.” – Old Bexley Primary School, Kent.

“Just to say that the children and staff really enjoyed the show today and
gained a lot from it.” – The Raglan School, Enfield.

“Please pass on our thanks to the actors for putting on a great show for our yr 5 and 6 pupils who thoroughly enjoyed it – Science staff are also very pleased as they will be starting nutrition topic soon..” – Kings Ely School, Cambridgeshire.