Maison Foo Memoirs of a Biscuit Tin Written and devised by Maison Foo





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Published on Oct 13, 2010

'On a lost lost day, was a lost lost street. Down the lost lost street was a lost lost house that seemed to have misplaced its owner...'

All is not well at number 92. Mrs Benjamin has disappeared, leaving her decaying house to fend for itself. So in an act of desperation, the house, determined to find its missing owner set off on a strange and enchanting journey like no other.

This intriguing tale follows the story of a wall, a floor and a chimney, a forgotten old lady and the memories that lie within. With an inventive blend of clowning, visual theatre and puppetry Maison Foo brings to life the imaginative topsy turvy world lurking behind the door of Number 92.

Co-commissioned by Deda.
Suitable for ages 12+

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