The Giants Loo Roll
'Oh Fe Fi Fo
And Fe Fi Fum!
Now what shall I do to wipe my .....'
'Bumpety! Bumpety! Bumpety- Bump! A Giant's toilet roll one day fell to the floor
and flew away.'
Look out for the biggest loo roll ever on stage in this GIANT of a children's musical.
The villagers living in the town below the Giant's house had better watch out, that loo
roll has gone bouncing down the hill and straight towards them! Luckily, the
townsfolk find lots of uses for runaway loo paper – one sheet provides a huge canvas
for an artist, a tailor uses another to fill her shop with paper pants and a school class
makes a huge dart that can fly. But what about the Giant himself – doesn't he need
any loo paper? The townspeople have an answer for that, too!
Watch out for some frightened sheep, lots of excited children and a fantastic amount
of toilet paper in this rip roaring new musical by TaleGate Theatre Productions.
This musical has been put together by the team than brought you the festive musical
'Father Christmas Needs a Wee!' which has seen success in a sell out run at the
Edinburgh Fringe Festival and a sell out UK Tour. With 'The Giant's Loo Roll'
TaleGate Theatre Productions have yet again hit the perfect combination of witty
humour, fantastic music and the extra sparkle for which they have become known in
this fabulously funny and brilliantly bouncy musical adaptation of Nicholas Allan's
much loved book.
"The dynamic duo dive onto the stage hooking the children In with singing and
dancing from the start. The slapstick element keeps the younger children in the
audience entertained" – Primary Times
"We laughed, we sang, we clapped and we even did a little bum wiggle - be prepared
for audience involvement as there is plenty! A really GIANT show for any family
festival viewers to enjoy!" – Families Magazine
"an overwhelmingly upbeat production which cannot fail to raise a smile" –
"Talegate Theatre Productions prove that it knows its stuff, as The Giant's Loo Roll is
polished, likeable and engaging" – The Reviews Hub
"Plenty of catchy songs and really engaging and genuine audience participation made
this a half term winner for us" – View From the Cheap Seats