The Slightly Annoying Elephant

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A slightly annoying elephant, of course! One day Sam gets a very big surprise as a tired, hungry, antique-loving, cycling enthusiast elephant turns up on his doorstep. Adopting an elephant at the zoo turned out to be a lot more than he bargained for as he didn’t realise the elephant would actually come to live with him – silly boy!

This hilarious story by comedian and author David Walliams and illustrated by Tony Ross, is brought to life through puppetry.

Based on the original book The Slightly Annoying Elephant written by David Walliams and illustrated by Tony Ross. Illustrations © Tony Ross 2013. Licensed by HarperCollins Children’s Books.

Photo credit Ellie Kurttz 

Duration: 50mins with no interval

Book Tickets

A Little Angel Theatre production 

By David Walliams

Age guideline 3+

  • It definitely hit the mark for a 7-year-old
       
    London with a Toddler
  • A magical and funny children's show.
       
    West End Wilma

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