Written and performed by Jonny Fluffypunk

The End of the Pier Show

Supported by Strike A Light and Arts Council England

Written and performed by Jonny Fluffypunk

The End of the Pier Show

Supported by Strike A Light and Arts Council England

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The End of the Pier Show

At the end of a soon-to-be-closed-down pier in a forgotten seaside town, Pierre the pier handyman spends the last weeks as he always does: catching fish for his old bedridden mother and making strange and wonderful things from the rubbish he finds on the beach.

Then who should wash into his life but a homeless mermaid with a spiky attitude and a story to tell! And things aren’t going to be the same again… Can kindness lead to great things? Can a bit less litter make a difference? Can the world’s first human/mermaid rock ‘n’ roll band make big waves?

Renowned stand-up poet and lo-fi theatre maker Jonny Fluffypunk presents a brand spanking new little show for families, with poetry, puppetry, story, song and a healthy dose of ramshackle anarchy.

Important information

Running time:
45 mins (approx.)

Age guideline:
7+

This is a socially distanced event taking place in The Drum. You must book as a single-household or support bubble, up to a maximum of 6 people.

Acute social observation, intricate humour, surreal fantasy, sharp irony and wit… and England’s most pretentious moustache.

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Booking and Safety Information

This is a socially distanced event taking place in The Drum.

Buy with confidence:

  • Covid-Safe measures are in place including temperature checks on arrival, socially distanced seating, e-tickets and NHS Test & Trace.
  • You must book as a single-household or support bubble, up to a maximum of 6 people.
  • You’ll be offered a full refund if we need to cancel the show.
  • If you develop Covid-19 symptoms or need to self-isolate, we’ll swap your booking for another performance or issue you with a gift voucher (to the value of your purchase) to use towards a future production – simply email us at boxoffice@theatreroyal.com or call 01752 267222 before the performance.