The Three Little Pigs

Three pink piggies tumble on stage; we learn the defining qualities of the three siblings as they prepare for a meal. Enter Aunt Petunia, with her brusque authoritarian stance, she bundles the reluctant pigs out into the world. The wolf in this version has an enjoyable dopey sidekick, Cat, and together disguised as Shonky and Shonky Building Materials Inc, they become advisors to each of the house seekers in turn before Wolf does his spectacular chimney stunt and ends up in the cooking pot. (Lindsay Clark, Theatreview)