Hoot Owl swoops into Stourbridge for family fun

Riotous family fun is promised when Hoot Owl flies into Stourbridge next month.

The stage adaptation of the popular children’s book, Hoot Owl, Master of Disguise, is being put on at Stourbridge Town Hall on Saturday May 12.

It will feature songs, animations and a host of puppets – and even a tickling stick donated by the late great Ken Dodd. The picture book, written by Sean Taylor and illustrated by Jean Jullien, is being brought to life on stage by Proon Productions and is stopping off in Stourbridge as part of a national theatre tour.

It centres around Hoot Owl, a mischievous bird who plans to use his cunning disguises to gobble up the tiny animals of the night. Trouble is, they keep escaping! The book has been described by comedian, author and Britain’s Got Talent judge David Walliams as “the funniest picture book I have read in a long time”. Alex Jackson, booker for Dudley Borough Halls, said:

“We’re very much looking forward to welcoming Hoot Owl and his friends to Stourbridge Town Hall next month. It’s a great show for the whole family that has been getting rave reviews all over the country, so we’d urge people not to miss it and snap up tickets now.”

Hoot Owl Master of Disguise is at Stourbridge Town Hall at 1pm on Saturday May 12. Tickets cost £12 for adults and £10 for children, with a family of four ticket available for £40.

They are available by calling the box office on 01384 812812 or online at boroughhalls.co.uk.


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