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Hue Boy and the Tutti Frutti Theatre Company

Image of the Hue Boy Book

29 May 2013 10:30am - 12:00pm

Leeds Central Library


​A performed reading of the book 'Hue Boy' by Rita Phillips Mitchell, illustrated by Caroline Binch and presented today by the Tutti Fruitti Theatre Company.

Hue Boy may be the smallest boy in his village but he is big news. 
Pumpkin soup and exercise are just some of the suggestions to make him grow.
This heart-warming storytelling performance transports you to a Caribbean village where one of tutti frutti’s most experience performer’s, Stewart Thomas, brings to life this delightful book for children aged 3-7 and their families.

With a vibrant set, original soundscape and visual movement style, the show is set in a beautiful environment under a parasol that creates a special place to enjoy this unique interactive experience.

This promises to be a fabulous event and one the whole family will enjoy.


First performance and workshop  10:30am – 12:00pm

Second performance  1:30pm – 3:00pm


Price:   FREE

To book your seats call Enquiry Express on 0113 247 6016

Additional information:  


Central library 

Calverley Street

t.   0113 247 6016


Local library. See the libraries pages for more information.


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There is on street parking only, and access is dependent on where the vehicle is parked.  The surface is mainly concrete and paving slabs with curbs in various conditions.  There is the possibility of crossing busy roads via pelican crossings.  There are several access points: 1) Victoria Gardens basement level access via either eight steps or ramp.  There is also level access via the Galley Shop/Brew Bar. Lift access to all floors. 2) Access via Art Gallery up a number of stairs or ramp through automatic doors.  These are heavy glass doors but Art Gallery staff are in the area to assist if required.  Access to the library is through the Tiled Hall Café.  Access to other areas via lift.  3) Calverley street entrance up a number of stairs and through a heavy double door. Access to other floors via lift.  Accessible toilets are located in the basement area or in the Art Gallery and there is a Changing Places facility in the Gallery Shop.  The building has four floors, ground level to third.  All public library areas have low level counters and portable Induction loop is available if required.  Large keyboards, mouse, trackball, screen magnifier, Global Writer and Boardmaker are also available.

Public transport  

The library is on the local bus routes. Please contact Metroline for up-to-date travel information on (0113) 245 7676


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