Arts and Culture for Early Years       May 11 – 20, 2019        

Baking Time

Presentation House Theatre & Oily Cart (U.K), Vancouver, BC

May 12th – May 16th, 2018 at Alumnae Theatre


Directed by Kim Selody
Written by Tim Webb
Featuring – Aaron Lau & Leslie Dos Remedios
Composer – Max Reinhardt
Musical Director – Joseph Seserko
Musicians – Peggy Lee & Erika Nielsen
Set and Costume Design – Claire de Loon & Jessica Oostergo
Lighting Design – Brad Trenaman
Stage Manager – Giselle Clarke-Trenaman
Head Technician – Kianna Skelly
Technical Director – Matt Latimer

Playful bakers Bun and Bap take children on a highly-interactive  “flour-fueled thrill ride” as they try to contain chaos they’ve created in the kitchen. This acclaimed production uses puppetry, live music, and the smell of fresh bread baking in the oven to inspire and delight​!

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Review from Lynn Slotkin:

Bakers Bun and Bap are making buns and biscuits. They knead dough, toss flour create a dough boat which is passed around the audience as if there is a storm, complete with thunder and get into all sorts of trouble. The show is 55 minutes long because they actually bake buns for the audience and it takes time. The company with two musicians are inventive and engaging, and the buns are yum.



About Presentation House Theatre & Oily Cart (U.K)

Nestled in the heart of North Vancouver’s Lower Lonsdale, Presentation House Theatre is a neighbourhood cultural hub. They proudly offer programming for children and youth, adults young and old, the music aficionado and the innovative and emerging dancers.

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