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29th Jun, 2022

Mr Stink comes to life in Brueton Park

Sarah Mason 8th Jul, 2021

THE TALE of a 12-year-old girl and a smelly homeless man who meet on a park bench is set to come to life in Brueton Park this summer.

David Walliams’ book Mr Stink tells the story of what happens when Chloe, who has no friends and is unhappy at home, befriends a homeless man and his dog in the park.

Tickets are limited to 450 to ensure everyone can see and hear.

There are toilets on site but no seating – audiences should bring and wear whatever is appropriate to the weather on the day.

The first 336 tickets purchased will be guaranteed a seat in the theatre in the event of extreme bad weather on the day.

Mr Stink is aimed at those aged seven and over.

Tickets for the performances on July 27 and 28 cost from £11 and are available by calling The Core’s box office on 0121 704 6962 between 9.30am and 2.30pm Monday to Saturday.


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