Catch That Beast!

The Royal Society of Beastologists are a group with one mission: to track down mythical beasts. They can’t wait to come to your town, meet their new members and capture the Horrid Beast of your town. They’ve heard it’s been causing all sorts of nuisance.

But Jessy, the youngest Beastologist, has her doubts about beast hunting. What if beasts don’t want to be found? When Jessy is left behind at camp, an encounter with the Beast could help her transform the ways of the Beastologists for good…

Catch That Beast! is a magical, deliciously silly show about how we interact with wild things and how the youngest among us might bring about change. Full of humour, live music, inventive puppetry and audience participation.

Audience information 

Running time/interval length: 60 minutes approx. No interval.
Age guidance: 5+ guidance, fun for all the family. We think the perfect age is going to 5 – 12years.
Warnings: None
Photo Credits: Camilla Adams

Bucket Club make adventurous theatre for audiences of all ages. Their work is playful, experimental and collaborative, placing its audience at its core. It’s often very funny, it’s usually very beautiful and it always involves live music and sound design.

Past shows have won awards including the Brighton Fringe Award for Excellence and the Musical Theatre Network Award for Innovation. Our most recent show was Five Children and It, the Christmas show for the egg, Bath.

This performance is presented on tour by house, an initiative delivered by Farnham Maltings and funded by Arts Council England

Tour Dates

Date Time Venue Booking Information
26/07/2022 - 27/07/2022 Ventnor Exchange Book here
29/07/2022 The Kenton Theatre Book here
30/07/2022 Norden Farm Centre for the Arts Book here
31/07/2022 - 01/08/2022 The Place Bedford Book here
02/08/2022 - 04/08/2022 The Corn Hall Book here
05/08/2022 - 06/03/2022 Greenwich Theatre Book here
07/08/2022 Riverhouse Barn Arts Centre Book here
10/08/2022 2pm - 3pm The Woodville Book here
11/08/2022 Camberley Theatre Book here