Why See That's Weird, Grandma?
17 Years Of That's Weird, Grandma
That's Weird, Grandma is a collection of short sketches and songs that have been adapted by students of the Barrel of Monkey's arts education programs, which are then performed by a collection of professional actors every week! Now in its 17th year That's Weird, Grandma is chock-a-block with wigs, props, new song and dance numbers and a great sense of fun to all of those involved.
Allowing the children create and tell these stories brings a sense of poignancy to proceedings and highlights the importance of the eduction of these young people, not to mention all the fun you'll be having!
That's Weird, Grandma is a perfect evening out for all the family, so open your mind and warm up your cheeks for this rip-roaring show!
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