COOKING UP A STORM
James Cook's Mum boasts of her boy's many endeavours. Anachronistic music and a toy kangaroo assist the action (such as it is). Help from the crew needed to avoid the Endeavour sinking before we get to the end of the story.
COOK'S SECRET RECIPE
Cook sets sail on his First Voyage of discovery and comes up with some interesting food for the crew aided by the ship's cat. Will it be mutiny at dinner time? Where is the ship going anyway, and what has Venus got to do with it all?
A comic retelling of the entire history of the Viking nation with Eric and Hilda to guide you through. Audience may have to row themselves ashore, and there are no lager breaks.
* Boats with Legs - Viking Longship
THE SPANISH ARMADA
Drake ducks and dives as the Queen counts her money, samples Spanish culture and insults the ambassador. War breaks out in the audience but it all works out OK in the end … sort of.
* Costumed Characters - Queen Elizabeth
THE BATTLE OF TRAFALGAR
Panic aboard as Inner State fights the entire battle in a nifty 30 minutes, with unexpected and hilarious results. Audience participation essential or the course of history might be changed.
* Boats with Legs - HMS Victory
THE RIME OF THE ANCIENT MARINER
Sir Henry Greatham attempts to read the epic poem, but is totally distracted by his assistant who insists on playing all the parts, aided by a passing seagull. A huge row ensues along with a ferocious storm.
* Beside the Seaside
GEORGE & THE DRAGON
A warped understanding of the encounter between the Patron Saint of England and a passing dragon. With a surprising twist in the dragon's tale leading to an unexpected ending.
ARTHUR & THE DRAGON
Same story as George and the Dragon, but the names have been changed for health and safety reasons !
* Trot-about Horses - Arthur & Guinevere
* Costumed Characters - Medieval