A children’s theatre production based on the much-loved song Old Macdonald had A Farm is coming to the Queens Hall, Narberth, on February 26, presented by local community arts charity, Span Arts.

Come and relive the delights of this most charming of tales told with a captivating combination of live action, puppetry and animation in “a brilliant production that adults and older children will love just as much as the young ones,” by the People’s Theatre Company.

Following the enormous success of There Was an Old Lady Who Swallowed a Fly which came to Narberth in 2012, the People’s Theatre Company has produced another hugely entertaining nursery rhyme adventure. The company creates shows especially for parents to enjoy with their kids, with a fun yet educational element that packs out venues almost every time.

Interaction is at the forefront of this charming production, as the audience helps Old Macdonald find his animals. The beautiful puppets, great performances and on-stage surprises will delight audiences.

The company is best known for presenting original shows such as How The Koala Learnt To Hug and The Elephant Bridesmaid but artistic director Steven Lee says that producing this childhood classic was not so much of a departure as you might think.

“Our show takes the very best elements of the well-known story and presents them in a new and exciting way so there is all the farmyard fun you would expect but also lots of our trademark humour, music and interaction.”

This show is listed as suitable for ages four plus, but like all the Span Arts children’s shows this really is an experience that adults will love just as much as the little ones. Tickets are available online at span-arts.org.uk or call 01834 69323.