On The Road Again!

We are touring The Man Who Planted Trees in Scotland, Wales and England in April and early May 2020.

4th April 2pm Dundee Rep
5th April 2pm Beacon Arts Centre, Greenock
8th April 7pm Sabhal Mòr Ostaig, Sleat, Skye
9th April 7pm Miginish Hall, Portnalong, Skye
12th April 2.30pm Eden Court, Inverness
15th April 11am & 2pm Aberystwyth Arts Centre
16th April 2pm Pontardawe Arts Centre, Swansea
17th April 2pm Ammanford Miners Institute
19th April 11am Theatr Brycheiniog, Brecon
22nd April 7.30pm Wingates Village Institute, Northumblerland
23rd April 7pm Dent Memorial Hall, Cumbria
24th April 7pm The Coniston Institute
25th April 3pm Crosby Ravensworth Village Hall, Penrith
5th May 4pm Priest Weston Village Hall, Montgomery
3rd May 2pm The Hive, Shrewsbury


Blog Posts

Planting Saplings Among the Redwoods

Rick and Ben on Campus at BYU It felt like we hadn’t performed The Man Who Planted Trees for a while. Actually, it was Norwich in October, and just before that we had spent 3 fabulous weeks touring the show with Gardner and Wife Theatre Company in Malaysia. I set out from Edinburgh alone on January 21st,


Leaf by Niggle Reflections

While we have more to tell you (in a future post) about The Man Who Planted Trees, the bulk of 2016 was spent getting ready for and performing our new show (the one it took us more than 20 years to get around to) JRR Tolkien’s Leaf by Niggle. The tour of Scotland and Northern England



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The Man Who Planted Trees has won:
1. Eco Prize for Creativity, 2007
2. Total Theatre Award for Story Theatre, 2008
3. Victor Award IPAY (International Performing Arts for Youth) Showcase, Cleveland Ohio, 2009
4. Best Children’s Show at Brighton Fringe, 2009
5. Manchester Evening News Theatre Award for Best Studio Performance, 2009
6. Highest rated and reviewed show of the 2012 Edinburgh Festivals at Tickit.me
7. Winner of the 2012 CSPA Sustainable Production at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe