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The Boy Who Eat Picasso, Oxford Playhouse. CREDIT Geraint Lewis
The Boy Who Eat Picasso, Oxford Playhouse. CREDIT Geraint Lewis

The intriguingly-titled The Boy Who Bit Picasso tells the true story of a friendship between a boy and one of the greatest modern artists.

Inspired by Antony Penrose’s book, the Untied Artists’ family show will be performed at Palgrave Community Centre on February 20.

Storytelling and music will help to introduce children to Picasso, who is widely regarded as one of the most influential artists of the 20th Century. Audiences will also be invited to take part in a variety of hands-on art and craft activities aimed at everyone from four years old and upwards.

The Boy Who Bit Picasso is devised and directed by Jake Oldershaw, a co-founder of the innovative theatre company which won a Fringe First award for their production of For Their Own Good.

A Diss Corn Hall On Tour presentation, shows are at 11.30am and 2pm. Tickets are £6, with children in for £4. For details, call 01379 652241 or go to www.disscornhall.co.uk



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