A couple of ‘spivs’ from late on in the War or early 1950’s, available for a street corner near you. Will attempt to sell dodgy goods to anyone gullible enough … or keep out of trouble and just play music.
* The Spivs
Life sized Punch and Judy who have escaped from the booth with the Crocodile and the baby. They are still arguing but then they have been together for 350 years! The crocodile is wondering what happened to the sausages, and Judy is very annoyed that Mr Punch seems to have mislaid the baby again.
* Beside the Seaside
* Boats with Legs - Holiday Makers
Captain Darke and Liza Rudge have come ashore with a cart load of piratical goods, seafaring information and stories. They are accompanied by Bosun Bones, their watchdog, or sometimes the ship's cat, Jack Scratch'em who insists of taking time out from rat catching.
* Boats with Legs - Pirate Galleon
* Beside the Seaside - Skulduggery
The aged gun slinger and the 'madame' from the local saloon are out and about in their finery. Talk nicely to them because they are loaded with weaponry and whiskey, and the worst American accents around.
* Trot-about Horses - Western
MAD HATTER AND THE QUEEN OF HEARTS
The Queen of Hearts is on the rampage. She hates children, but seems to attract them like flies, so the Mad Hatter is ready to apologise to any members of the public she has insulted along the way.
* Truncated Theatre - Tea and Croquet Anyone?
On a break from the pantomime Chardonnay and Shiraz are on the lookout for Prince Charming. Fortunately he left his shoe behind last Saturday when he fled from them at the night club. But they’re not fussy, any other rich bloke will do.
* Truncated Theatre - Cinderella
* What the Dickens? - A Christmas Carol
* The Spivs - Christmas Variety Show