King Arthur at the Story Pocket Theatre

The award winning Story Pocket Theatre presents Michael Morpurgo’s King Arthur, hitting the stage from 3rd – 29th August at Gilded Balloon at the Museum Auditorium.


The production is an epic tale of magic, heroism, love and betrayal and is adapted from the novel Arthur: High King of Britain, by Michael Morpurgo. Michael is also Patron of Story Pocket Theatre and the author of War Horse and Private Peaceful.

The story sees a drowning boy rescued by a mysterious figure who claims to be Arthur Pendragon. As the old man tells his tales, he is transported back to the heady days of Camelot, the Round Table, Merlin, the Lady of the Lake, Excalibur, Lancelot and Guinevere. This production features the usual fast-moving family adventure, physical theatre and outstanding storytelling, long associated with multi-award-winning Story Pocket Theatre.


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To discover more about the book that inspired the show, click here!

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