The Birmingham Stage Company is back at Buxton Opera House to provide a mesmerising adaptation of The Jungle Book from June 7 to 11.
Rudyard Kipling’s classic story about Mowgli, a young boy who is raised in the jungle by a family of wolves, is brought to life with the use of fabulous costumes and puppets.
When Shere Khan, the tiger, swears to kill the child, Baloo and Bagheera agree to take the boy to the man village for his safety. But the jungle holds dangers and surprises for them all – and Mowgli’s extraordinary adventure has just begun.
If you’re looking for a magnificent experience for all the family, then don’t miss this acclaimed production of Kipling’s timeless story.
The Jungle Book was written as a collection of stories by Kipling in 1894. In 1967, Disney released an animated film inspired by the Mowgli stories, which reignited The Jungle Book’s popularity. The soundtrack to the Disney film (which included hit songs such as The Bare Necessities) won much acclaim and is still synonymous with The Jungle Book today.
Tickets for The Jungle Book are priced at £13 and discounts are available. Call the box office on 0845 127 2190.