Saturday, July 5, 2014

The Man Whose Mother was a Pirate - A Play.


On a windy day - a really, really windy day, I went to a show. It was a play called The Man Whose Mother was a Pirate. I went with my cousins - Kason and Cohen, and also Fynn and Max.
The show was about the little man who didn't like the sea, but in the end he did. His mother is funny. She was a pirate, but a silly pirate. We had to do things like help the parrot fly, make wind by waving paper and they even sprayed us with water and we weren't allowed to complain.
The funniest thing that we had to do was not complain about the white water spray. It was icky ooo. Luckily mummy and I didn't get much spray on us.
My favourite character was Mr Fat. He was so funny and so fat. The funniest thing that he said, was when he called himself fat. He always eat purple, juicy plums. Sam, the little man, had to pick up all the pips from Mr Fat's plums, because Mr Fat is his boss.
The pirate mother missed the sea and so she asked Sam if he would like to go, but he wasn't sure. His mother said "Come on, the sea will be perfect." They packed up everything in the wooden wheelbarrow and headed for the sea.
When they got to the sea they met a sailor, he was funny too. When the play finished they sang one song that was about sailing.

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