The very kind, but lonely, 12 year old Chloe invites the homeless ‘Mr Stink’ and his dog to leave behind the wooden bench where they have taken up residence and secretly move into her family’s shed. Matters become more complicated when Chloe’s mother – with unfulfilled political ambitions – tries to take credit for Chloe’s generosity. And precisely who is Mr Stink, anyway?
Chickenshed’s brilliant staging of the story features an all singing and dancing cast, brought to you in the true spirit of Chickenshed’s unique , the heartwarming and uplifting message of acceptance shines through the whole show.
Also featuring a special guest appearance from renowned British presenter, broadcaster and journalist, Jeremy Vine(!), this wonderfully warm and funny production will live long in the memory.
You’ll laugh. You’ll cry. You might want to hold your nose.
Monday 22 – Saturday 27 July
Everyman Theatre, Cheltenham
Monday 29 – Wednesday 31 July
Theatre Severn, Shrewsbury
Thursday 1 – Saturday 3 August
Gordon Craig Theatre, Stevenage
Monday 5 – Wednesday 7 August
Marine Theatre, Lowestoft
Friday 9 – Sunday 11 August
Southport Floral Hall
Monday 12 – Wednesday 14 August
Nuffield Southampton Theatre
Friday 16 – Sunday 18 August
Barnstaple Queens Theatre
Tuesday 20 – Friday 23 August
Albert Halls, Bolton
Sunday 25 – Tuesday 27 August
Watersmeet Theatre, Rickmansworth
Wednesday 28 – Friday 30 August
Llaneli Lyric Theatre