Beach Hut Theatre’s time-travelling pop-up Pierrots are about to return to Scarborough Library with a new comedy musical adventure for all the family.
Pop-Up Pierrots Shout Out Loud is by John Pattison and Alison Watt, the company’s artistic Directors.
On a fun-filled journey, plucky Pierrots and superheroes discover the importance of communication and the exciting ways it has changed us all.
Making history come alive, the show looks at the various ways people communicate with each other and how this has developed through the centuries.
Chaos and laughter are guaranteed, with daft jokes, madcap songs and all-round silly antics - look out for the pigeons!
Pop-Up Pierrots Shout Out Loud can be seen in the main part of the library on 6 October, at 10am, 11am, 1pm and 2pm.
It is a free event and there is no need to book.
Directed by John Pattison, it stars Steve Wilkin as Tom, Shannon Barker as Vik and Josephine Pimm as Harriet.
It is part of Scarborough Fun Palace at the library.