Mr Stink is one of Walliams' earlier books, published in 2009, which was also made into a television film by the BBC shown during Christmas 2012 in the UK, with Walliams starring in the film as The Prime Minister.
The story follows the life of the loneliest girl in the world, Chloe, who befriends a local tramp going by the name of Mr Stink. Chloe hides her new friend in her garden shed. As she does, Chloe learns there is much more to Mr Stink that meets the eye, or nose!
The story adaptation tours Melbourne thanks to CDP Theatre Producers, who are the same team behind the successful productions of the 13, 26 & 52 Story Treehouse stage shows.
Mr Stink is a touching, twisted but hilarious 60 minute show (no interval), aimed at children aged 6 - 12 years.
Huw Higginson and Romy Watson in Mr Stink (photo by Heidrun Lohr)
See Mr Stink at Frankston Arts Centre at 11am (Auslan interpreted) or 6pm on Friday 17 March, 2017. Tickets are priced from $17.50 for Frankston Arts Centre members, from $22 otherwise, and $90 for a family of four. Book your tickets HERE.