Once upon a time there was a creative and beautiful family. Only, they were about to lose everything. So, when Starla, a little girl with a big imagination finds some exciting objects from the attic, could it really save them forever? 

The magic doesn't stop there, because once she receives a pair of ‘spiffing specs’ from their nutty neighbour and super adventurer Mrs Marigold, it allows them to see the world with a different point of view! But what other magical things could happen along the way? 


 Tiny T’s want nothing more than to inspire children and families from all walks of life to dream big and use their imagination to create stories organically. Inspired by unforgettable children’s authors such as Roald Dhal and Enid Blyton, Spec-Tacular will encourage the audience to step into the magic of theatre and leave with some important messages in mind.


With music written by the cast and home-made puppets, this new children’s show will leave the audience with a twinkle in their eye and love in their hearts. 

“Most importantly, never stop dreaming. Because that is what makes you, you.” 



For more information or to book, visit:

Using your imagination

can change everything!



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Tara Harris

@ttaraharris @tinytsparties

Tara left school at the age of 16 to go to full time drama school, Bodywork Company Cambridge. Since graduating in 2015  she has performed at The Market Theatre, Hitchin and created and founded Tiny T's, writing short stories for children as well as performing them and running her own Storytelling classes, holiday camps and parties. 

With her ever-growing love for children's theatre Tara has now created Tiny Theatre so she can create magical and educational experiences for young audiences all over the world, with the hopes to inspire children of any age or background to connect with the Arts and be more creative.

In 2019 Tara trained with Little Angel Theatre in Puppetry Foundation.



Fiona Mitchell

Fiona lived in Spain after her A-Levels  before moving to London to train as an actress. 

She appeared at The London Palladium in a musical tribute to Jule Styne before hitting the road touring  Britain with her One Woman Show. Most recently she has appeared in the multi award winning Indi film “Blood Means Nothing” directed by Mark Oxtoby, as well as working as a Voice Over Artist.

Fiona has worked with Tara, the brains behind Spec-tacular a number of times and is excited to be starting a new creative adventure with her at The Edinburgh Fringe.

Stephanie Crome

Twitter: @stephanie_crome

Steph trained in Acting at The Poor School, London. She has recently returned from an international tour of MACBETH with TNT Theatre/ADG Europe, performing in over 20 countries in 10 months. Steph’s other theatre credits include ‘Dad’ in DOGS DON’T DO BALLET (UK/Malaysia Tour, Little Blue Monster Theatre) ‘Mum’ in SANTA’S LITTLE HELPER (UK/Singapore Tour, Little Blue Monster Theatre) and ‘Betty Banana’ in THE MAGIC CASTLE (Midlands Tour, Chaplins Pantomimes). Steph is excited to be making her Tiny T’s Tiny Theatre debut! 



D a te S

Saturday 20th July 2019

The Market Theatre, Hitchin

3rd-18th August 2019

PQA Venues Edinburgh Festival Fringe


Tiny T's Storytelling