CYT’s Acting Up presents The Jungle Book
Children • Theatre • What's On at the NAC
Showing: 14/05/2020 to 14/05/2020
by Rudyard Kipling
Mowgli is a young orphan boy who is raised by wolves in the jungle, until one day Bagheera the black panther learns that Shere Khan the dangerous tiger is back in their territory. The animals try to get him back to the man village for his own safety, but they have a struggle on their hands since Mowgli doesn’t quite feel like a human after growing up as part of an animal pack. Mowgli makes friends with the care-free Baloo who promises never to return him to the humans.
But after Mowgli is captured by King Louie’s tribe, hypnotised by the python Kaa and nearly eaten by Shere Khan, Baloo agrees that it’s safer for Mowgli to return to his kind. But will Mowgli want to stay in the man-village once he finds out what those selfish humans are really up to in the jungle?
Acting Up is our drama group for young people with disabilities and additional needs. We are proud to be funded by BBC’s Children in Need. Previous Acting Up performances include The Just So Stories and The Wind in the Willows.
Event Start: 7pm
Family (2 Adults 2 Children): £25.00