To provide you with the best experience, cookies are used on this site. Find out more here.

Allow cookies

Crabby

Type:Family Event

Marsh Farm Library, Lea Manor High School, Northwell Drive, Luton, Bedfordshire, LU3 3TL

Add Crabby to your Itinerary

Close window

Call direct on:

Tel01582878100

Crabby

About

Collar and Cuffs Theatre Company presents

An award-winning multi-sensory musical theatre tale of grumpy feelings and what to do about them. "Crabby went a-walking along the sea shore. Crabby went a-walking, let's see what Crabby saw."

When Crabby the hermit crab loses his shell after being cursed by a Mermaid, he's up against the turning tides and must find a new one as soon as possible. He soon discovers it's not easy getting what you want if you're, well, a bit crabby. Experience the sights, sounds, and smells of the Edwardian seaside in this award-winning musical multi-sensory show from Collar & Cuffs Co. Along the seashore you'll encounter giant jellyfish, a happy flappy seagull, and even a parade!

Featuring a performance plus a sensory play session, this little tale explores anger, frustration and tantrums plus lots of simple low cost/no cost ways to release big feelings in safe ways. Relaxed and Signed.

'Crabby' won the International Youth Arts Festival's Best of the Fest award for the best Children and Families Show on the 15th July 2018.

Age Guidance: 0 - 7 years

Please note: Shows are fully accessible for children aged 0-7, and are only ever performed in a relaxed style to accommodate a wide range of needs; content may also be suitable for young people. Our babes in arms free entry policy only applies to children under 6 months for this show and cildren under 8 must be accompanied by an adult.

Event website: http://www.collarandcuffs.org

Map & Directions

Opening Times

Sorry, this event has passed

What's Nearby

  1. Wardown House, Museum and Gallery

    Extraordinary Everyday

    Discover Luton’s history through the stories of the museum, house…

    2.16 miles away
  2. The Olde Watermill Shopping Village

    This unique historic watermill houses gifts including fairies, glassware and candles. Our…

    3.8 miles away
  3. Stockwood Discovery Centre


    Discover the stories of real people behind the collections from prehistoric times today.…

    3.84 miles away
  1. Someries Castle

    Someries castle's name was derived from William de Someries who had a residence on the…

    4.72 miles away
  2. Whipsnade Tree Cathedral

    Trees, hedges and shrubs planted in the form of a medieval cathedral.

    5.94 miles away
  3. ZSL Whipsnade Zoo

    ZSL Whipsnade Zoo is the UK’s biggest Zoo.

    6.21 miles away
  4. Wrest Park

    Explore the evolution of the English garden with a stroll through three centuries of…

    6.34 miles away
  5. De Grey Mausoleum

    A large mortuary chapel of the de Greys of Wrest Park containing fine sculptured tombs of…

    6.38 miles away
  6. Woburn Safari Park

    Woburn Safari Park offers an escape to the wild plains, jungles and savannahs of Africa…

    8.36 miles away
  7. Stockgrove Country Park

    Comprising of 80 acres, the Stockgrove Estate has an interesting history dating back to…

    9.11 miles away
  8. Forest of Marston Vale

    The Forest Centre & Millennium Country Park is a perfect day out for the family. 18km of…

    10.66 miles away
  9. Warden Abbey Vineyard


    Warden Abbey was one of the seven Cistercian monasteries to cultivate vines in England…

    11.93 miles away
  10. The Swiss Garden

    A delightful Regency Garden in the style of the picturesque with later Victorian…

    12.54 miles away
  11. The Shuttleworth Collection

    A unique historical collection of aircraft from a 1909 Bleriot to a 1942 Spitfire in…

    12.98 miles away
  12. Jordans Mill and Gardens

    Step back in time

    Jordans Mill’s charming location on the banks of the River Ivel was…

    13 miles away
  13. Elstow Moot Hall

    Medieval Market house set on tranquil village green. Collection of 17thC furniture and…

    13.58 miles away
Previous Next