Sharnbrook Mill Theatre brings New York’s favourite puppets to Bedford with Avenue Q

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Sharnbrook Mill Theatre brings New York’s favourite puppets to Bedford with Avenue Q

The award-winning and outrageous comedy musical about a university graduate finding his way in New York City opens at Sharnbrook Mill Theatre on Tuesday.

Humans and puppets come together to tell the story of Princeton who moves to a shabby area of New York, all the way out on Avenue Q, and struggles to find his purpose.

Everyone will be able to relate to the hilarious songs, innovative dance moves and even a few rather ‘adult’ scenes. It’s a perfect to warm the soul on a cold November evening.

We caught up with Princeton and his human friend, David Russell, to find out what New Yorikans thought of Bedford and what the show’s all about.

Tickets available at www.sharnbrookmilltheatre.co.uk

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