The Garage in Norwich is going coconuts over its latest co-production with All-In Productions with the chance to win a family ticket.

My First Play: After The Storm, A Retelling of The Tempest is set on a desert island. The Chapel Field North venue has hidden 10 cartoon coconuts around the city for its shipwrecked audiences to find.

The performing arts hub will be posting handy hints on its Instagram account over the next few days. Find six of the 10 to be in with a chance of winning a family ticket to our summer show My First Circus: Lessons of The Jungle Book.

The competition runs from Friday 6 March to Friday 20 March.

When you find six coconuts, take a picture of each. Using the hashtags #letsgococonuts or #myfirstplay post the photos on Instagram and be sure to tag @thegaragenorwich.

Following the success of My First Play: A Midsummer Night’s Nap, The Garage is setting sail on another Shakespearean journey. The crew of a sunken ship find themselves on a magical desert island. Also stranded there is the wizard Prospero and his daughter Ariel. Can the magical creature Ariel help get everybody home? 

A new interactive, musical play for ages up to seven and their families, it shows the importance of working together. It runs Wednesday 25 March to Thursday 9 April, with performances at 10.15AM, 1.15PM and 3.15PM most days. There are also BSL interpreted, audio-described and relaxed performances.

It lasts 50-60 minutes depending on how much everyone plays. Tickets are £12.50 adult/£7.50 child, under ones go free.

Visit for more details or to book.

Buy your tickets to My First Circus: Lessons of The Jungle Book and My First Panto: Goldilocks and the Three Bears and get your tickets for My First Play: After The Storm, A Retelling of The Tempest for free. See website for terms and conditions.

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