Kid Critic Review: The Extraordinary Time-Travelling Adventures of Baron Munchausen

Eve Green, age nine, enjoyed the improvisational silliness of a show that features different comics every day

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Published 07 Aug 2018
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The Extraordinary Time-Travelling Adventures of Baron Munchausen

What happens in the show?
It was an improvised show and it was about a collection of stories. One was about how the actor found the second son of an earl, another was about how an actor found her horse Noodle, and my favourite was about a town named Bath with shampoo bottles as houses and cereal islands on a river named Bob. 
 
Describe the show in five words
Hilarious, unexpected, inspiring, improvised and extravagant. 
 
Who was your favourite character, and why?
I liked the actor who was an admiral because I thought he was particularly funny.            
 
Were there any characters you didn’t like, and why?
I thought the woman actor was good, but I couldn't really hear her.
 
What did you like most about the show?
The story about Bath because it was funny.         

What was your favourite moment in the show?
It is difficult to say as I thought all of the show was brilliant.

What did your grown-up think of the show?
My dad particularly enjoyed the fact that it got all the audience involved and young people to use their imagination.

Would you tell your friends to come and see the show?
Yes, definitely for friends age 5-12.