Reynard the Fox heads to Barnoldswick

Reynard the Fox will be at theRainhall Centre inBarnoldswick on Wednesday, 12th April.
Reynard the Fox will be at theRainhall Centre inBarnoldswick on Wednesday, 12th April.

A theatrical show performed entirely on a traditional wooden cart is heading to Barnoldswick, combining storytelling, puppetry, original live music, and bespoke animal headpieces to wow the whole family.

Reynard The Fox, a production from The Fabularium will be performed three times a day (at 11.30am, 3pm, and 6pm) at the Rainhall Centre in Barnoldswick on Wednesday, 12th April, following the capers of the woodland's most infamous scoundrel.

Priding himself on being a trickster, Reynard the Fox's adventures when the Woodland Court announces the theft of the King’s Crown Jewels, leading the animal kingdom immediately blame the fox. Reynard must do everything he can to prove his innocence and avoid certain death.

A new piece of engaging theatre for family audiences of all ages using The Fabularium’s unique aesthetic, strong imagery, and all performed upon their traditional wooden cart, tickets for the performances can be booked directly from the venue by calling 01282 345 200.

The Fabularium is a self-contained touring outdoor theatre company with a medieval twist, performing on a processional pageant wagon in town centres, parks, festivals, and other events as part of Spot On Lancashire’s spring season of touring, taking professional arts events to rural venues and libraries across the county.

Speaking ahead of the performances, The Fabularium’s joint company director Joshua Patel said: "Reynard the Fox is a playful and energetic show that invites the audience to get stuck into the storytelling world and join in with the mayhem!

"We're really looking forward to reaching new areas across the country through rural touring," he added. "It's an exciting step for us and we can't wait to meet new audiences."

For more information on the show and how to book tickets, or to see the full Spot On spring season programme, visit Alternatively, contact Sue Robinson by emailing or calling 01254 660 360.