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The potty-mouthed puppets are arriving in Bath for one week ONLY!

The Tony Award-winning musical, which is created by Jeff Marx and Robert Lopez, tells the story of a bunch of loveable, foul-mouthed puppets living on a downtown New York Street.

The production first opened Off-Broadway in 2003, before transferring to Broadway where it picked up three Tony Awards. It opened in the West End in 2006, where it ran for five years. It features classic numbers including “The Internet is for Porn” and “Everyone’s A Little Bit Racist”. The show previously toured in 2014, 2015 and 2016.

The production is directed by Jack Turner,choreographed by Becci Edmundson, with musical direction by Sean Bailey and with lighting and sound design by ED-Monster Events. Puppets have been made by original West End creator, Paul Jomain.

Avenue Q tells the story of fresh faced graduate Princeton, as he struggles through life after graduating with a BA in English from college.

The Avenue, is one of the most run-down streets in the whole of New York and is home to many strange creatures, both human and monster.

Although Avenue Q uses colourful puppetry, it is definitely not one you want to bring the kids too!


OOOH ARRR Productions’ Avenue Q shows at The Rondo this week from 25-28 July with limited ticket availability.

Book at www.rondotheatre.co.uk