Review of ‘The Owl Who Was Afraid Of The Dark’ by Blunderbus Theatre Company


‘I want to be a day bird like Jonathan or April’, sulks Plop, the baby barn owl.

Such is the premise for ‘The Owl Who Was Afraid of the Dark’, a new children’s theatre production at PJ Live Arts. Performed by Blunderbus Theatre Company and presented by Gardner & Wife, the performance is based upon Jill Tomlinson’s classic children’s book of the same title. Those familiar with the book need no introduction to Plop, the lovable protagonist. Named after an incident where he fell off a branch with a ‘plop’, the nocturnal bird embarks on a series of adventures to overcome his ironic fear of nighttime…

Read my review of the production on Time Out KL.


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