“It would be very nice to make some new friends…”

 

Harry Hippo is one melancholy mammal. A hippopotamus in a bottomless pit of sadness, he needs the children of Farnham to bring him out of his funk. With your help, we can teach him that it’s okay to feel down, but there’s nothing like a few good friends to clear the clouds away…

 

Hi Harry Hippo! Whatever is the matter?

 

Oh hello. Well, I just feel rather sad and I can’t seem to find my smile anywhere!

 

What can we do to help?

 

It would be very nice to make some new friends, especially if they could join me on an adventure to find my smile.

 

What sort of people are you hoping to meet when you come to Farnham?

 

I would love to meet all the boys and girls and their families, as long as they are the sort of people who like hippos!

 

We see you’re bringing a feathered friend with you! Who is that? Harry Hippo

 

Ah yes, that is Olly the Oxpecker! He is a very busy little bird, always chatting away and singing and dancing!

 

Thanks for your time Harry Hippo! We look forward to seeing you on Sunday 09 June!

 

Hodgepodge Theatre presents Be Harry, Harry Hippo! on Sunday 09 June at 11am. Click here to read more about the show.

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