This December Coppice Theatre are back in Truro with their enchanting winter storytelling show Jack’s Frosty Stories 4: Adventures around the World.

Thanks to support of Arts Council England and Truro BID, people can enjoy a brand new walkabout version of their popular show with a collection of new tales that take you on a festive journey across the globe.

The show is exclusive to Truro and following the success of last year, Coppice Theatre will be doing lots more performances in the city.

The story follows a trip around the world to help Jack’s friends search for that mischievous cat.

Along the way, Coppice Theatre will share a collection of wonderfully wintery tales.

Coppice Theatre use puppetry, storytelling and music to delight audiences of all ages. The show is suitable for children and adults alike.

People are advised to dress warmly and wear sensible shoes, as they will be walking around the city as the story unfolds, alfresco style.

Dressing up as a favourite winter character is actively encouraged!

The show will begin at different locations in the run up to Christmas. On Saturday December 5 and 12 the show will begin outside Truro Library, at the Union Place entrance. Look for the Snow Queen’s Elf friends to guide you and be prepared to walk, stand and climb some stairs around the city as you follow the story and performers.

On December 19, 21 and 22 head to Boscawen Street and look for the elves. This route has no stairs but lots of walking.

Sunday, December 20 is a fully accessible day, and all that day's shows will take place inside the Pydar Pop-Up. The elves will meet you at the main entrance on St Clement Street.

It is suitable for wheelchair users and those with mobility issues. People are encouraged to contact the theatre group to discuss individual needs before booking. When indoors people will need to wear a face mask.

Covid restrictions are in place for all shows, including limited audience sizes, the rule of six when booking, social distancing measures and the wearing of face masks for those over 12, unless exempt, when inside.

Tickets can be bought online from or 01726 879 500, as well as the Visitor Information Centre on Boscawen Street once it reopens on Wednesday, December 2.

Established in 2016, Coppice Theatre is a collective of theatre makers and artists living and working in Cornwall.

This is the company’s seventh production and their second time performing in Truro.

The cast will be Keith Sparrow, Nina Hills, Helen Blight, Maya Clarke, Jowan Jacobs, Rose Middleton, Aidan Nightingale, Adam Trembath, Jamie Trotter and Zoe Waters.