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Plundered! by Really Big Pants Theatre

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St. Margaret's House

21 Old Ford Road

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E2 9PL

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Save a tropical island from dastardly pirates! Family theatre for ages 5+

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Whilst searching for hidden treasure, a famously selfish pirate captain has left a once beautiful tropical island littered with rubbish and its inhabitants struggling to survive. It's up to Maggie and Roy to save it. The trouble is… they’re REALLY not friends. Teleported from their school trip at a maritime museum into the centre of a swashbuckling adventure in the Amazon, will they learn to work together, win the race to find the legendary gold – and restore the place to its natural glory?

Can YOU help us defeat this dastardly litterbug pirate…?

And come dressed as a fearsome member of his crew if ye dare! Arrrrrrr!

Running time 50 minutes

Start time: 2:30pm

Doors will open 10 minutes before the performance

Plundered! by Really Big Pants Theatre

Written and performed by Joe Bromley and Willow Nash

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St. Margaret's House

21 Old Ford Road

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E2 9PL

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We host a wide variety of events throughout the year, including regular art exhibitions, film screenings, music gigs, spoken word nights, and comedy performances as well as special one-off festivals. Check out our event listings to find out what’s going on this month.

We are home to more than 30 different community organisations and charities and we also offer various room hire facilities at low rates, as well as office spaces to rent at below the market rates.

Our award-winning  Gallery Café offers a delicious selection of vegan food, an exciting programme of live events, and regular art exhibitions from up-and-coming artists. 

You can drop-in our Create Place for free weekly art sessions, which are open to everyone no matter the skill level. They’re the perfect place to meet fellow crafters while working on a project or learning a new skill and enjoying a cuppa. Check out our calendar, as there are lots of one-off workshops and in-depth courses offered each month.  

The Canvas is a new space available for artists, rehearsals, meetings and community projects. We also provide a holistic and low-cost wellbeing program called The Health Tree for the community in Bethnal Green and in our hall and chapel and in the Canvas. 

Looking to shop ethically or to donate a few clothes? Our charity shop, Ayoka, is full to the brim with delights, from clothes to accessories, and books.  

Find out more about our work and how you can get involved at stmargaretshouse.org.uk

The work we do would not be possible without the incredible support of our volunteers. We’re always in need of helping hands; whether it’s helping out at our charity shop or facilitating a workshop at the Create Place, there are plenty of ways to get stuck in. If you would like to volunteer with us, whether for a one-off opportunity or on an ongoing basis, please e-mail volunteer@stmargaretshouse.org.uk to learn about all of the opportunities available.

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