Mr Gotalot’s Gotalot Shop: The Crystal Cheese

Date: Sunday, Sep 24 2017 - Sunday, Oct 1 2017
Venue: Kelvin Players Studio
Price: £7
Monkey Trousers Theatre

Seventh instalment of the hugely popular kids’ soap-opera-style show from Bristol’s Monkey Trousers Theatre.

“Tick-tock, tick-tock – time is running out for the Gotalot Shop… Mr Gotalot’s famous shop has mysteriously disappeared! Where did it go? Or when did it go? Only the cunning Time Master seems to know… Find out for yourselves very soon in this brand-new episode of Mr Gotalot’s Gotalot Shop, the enormously popular theatrical sitcom aimed at families in Bristol and the South West.

“Want something? Need anything? Well, you’ll have to wait – the magical Gotalot Shop is lost in time, and landlady Ms Barnet must go on a perilous journey to find it!  Join her on this epic adventure in:

“Oh dear… grumpy old Ms Barnet has come to collect her rent – but affable shopkeeper Mr Gotalot and his wonderful Gotalot Shop have vanished! That naughty Time Master has hidden it somewhere in history, and only the immense power of the Crystal Cheese will get it back…  can YOU help Ms Barnet to solve the Time Master’s cheeky riddles and games, and save the Gotalot Shop before it disappears into a cosmic wormhole FOREVER??

“Come and join the fun with Mr Gotalot, Ms Barnet, the Time Master, and a variety of historical over-eager shop boys called Sidney, as we go on this tremendous, cheese-filled quest through time and space!

“Shows last approximately 45 minutes and are suitable for children aged three to nine years old and their families. Expect lots of cheese, jokes, silliness, time travel, dancing, storytelling, fiendish games, inter-dimensional tomfoolery, cheese, and more cheese!”

Sun, Sept 24 & Sun, Oct 1, 10.30am, 1pm and 3.30pm, Kelvin Players Studio Theatre. Tickets: £7 each aged 3 and above (babies on laps are free) or £25 for a family of four. Advance booking recommended. For more information and to book, please visit

“Wow, absolutely genius! Kids loved it. Us parents loved it, funny, entertaining & mesmerizing.” (Parent on The Cheese Burglar, Jan 2017).

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By steve wright, Wednesday, Aug 16 2017

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