"Once upon a time … that’s the way most good stories begin and this story starts that way too, which is just as well as it is a story all about time."
Hickory and Dickory Dock tells the story of what happens in a remote village when all the clocks go haywire. With original music and puppetry, it is a tale of ingenuity, invention and surprises.
"I loved the show. It was brilliantly amazing!" From Albie, 8½
"I really enjoyed it and it was a lovely antidote to my week. I really appreciate all the work that goes into developing something so engaging, age appropriate and of such quality." Joan Parr, Portfolio Manager, Education, Learning and Young people, Creative Scotland
Hickory and Dickory Dock was first performed at Artspace in Craigmillar, Edinburgh in April 2013 and has since toured around Scotland and to the North West of England as part of the Big Imaginations Festival, as well as playing for a week at the National Museum of Scotland in Edinburgh. It often tours as a double bill with One Giant Leap.
|Performers||Iain Johnstone and Gillian Kerr|
|Technical Manager||Andy Gannon|
|Stage Manager||Sooz Glen|
|Education Pack||Cerin Richardson|
|Image by||Teresa Flavin|