Ross Collin’s comic tale of a pesky ghost pet has been skilfully adapted for a stage production chock-full of mischief, chaos and laughter!
Directed by the creative team behind Warhorse, Marianne Elliot, Finn Caldwell and Toby Olie and adapted for the stage by Ben Power, Elephantom is showing at the National Theatre's performance space 'The Shed' on London's South Bank from now until Saturday 11th January.
The wonderfully fun, ghostly tale concerns a young girl, plagued by a mischievous 'elephantom'. He throws parties on Fridays, carries a funky odour throughout the house and devours every bit of peanut butter in the cupboards - much to her Mother’s dismay! The Girl enlists the help of her sympathetic Grandma, with a hilarious outcome.
The production is a riotous act, with spectacular character portrayal, imaginative set design and roars of laughter throughout from children and adults alike.
Ross Collins has illustrated over 100 children’s book and has written 8, winning many prestigious awards including the Scottish Children’s Book Award and Royal Mail Book Award.
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