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Edgar and the Land of Lost

by The Wardrobe Ensemble

An original Bike Shed Theatre & Wardrobe Ensemble Co-Production.

Supported by Arts Council England

This is Edgar; ordered, sensible, grumpy, alone.


This is Peewee; Unruly, suspicious, adventurous, bored.


Welcome to Winton, a sleepy, monochrome town where everything feels misplaced and one young girl is growing restless. The singer has lost his voice, the butcher has lost his cleaver and Edgar has lost something much closer to home. 

Join us on a musical adventure as our unlikely pair travel through the imposing doors of Lost Property to an extraordinary kingdom, filled with magic and mystery; The Land of Lost.


Join The Bike Shed Theatre and The Wardrobe Ensemble this Christmas as we team up for an original - never seen before mystical, musical journey into an underground realm of lost possessions and unexpected friendships.

Edgar and The Land of Lost was developed at The Bike Shed Theatre and at The Berkshire Fringe Festival from the Summer to the Winter of 2014.


It was performed at The Bike Shed Theatre for audiences in the southwest across the Christmas season of 2014/2015.

"Brimming with creative and artistic ideas" 

-The Stage



"The Wardrobe Ensemble’s fun family show is an inventively staged quest for friendship, love and acceptance that delivers the laughs while tugging at the heartstrings." 

-Exeunt Magazine

Written and created by the company


Tom Brennan, Charlie Coldfield, Emily Greenslade, Hanora Kamen, Roisin Kelly

Directed by

Jesse Jones & Helena Middleton


Ruth Webb


Rachael Duthie

Show image

Patrick Cullum

Production photography

Maria Dragan

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