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Margo & Mr. Whatsit

By PaddleBoat Theatre Company


Following a highly acclaimed run at Brighton Fringe, Paddleboat Theatre are bringing their award-winning family show ‘Margo & Mr Whatsit’ to Pegasus Theatre in East Oxford on Saturday 5 February.

Family audiences are invited to meet Sophia, a little girl with a new home and two extraordinary friends – Margo and Mr. Whatsit. The show explores the themes of imagination, family, friendship and home, and follows Sophia and her imaginary friends as she settles into her new foster home.

‘A rare gem that delights children and adults of all ages’ ٭٭٭٭٭ Reviews Hub

All of PaddleBoat’s shows combine magical, innovative and surprising storytelling with audience interaction, puppetry, live music and clowning. It’s the ideal event for family audiences looking for an enchanting and interactive experience during the half-term holidays.

PaddleBoat believes in a theatre which engages the young minds of tomorrow – as well as reminding every adult that they too can rediscover their own imaginations!

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