Linda and her wayward rescue dog Gary are pursued by security through the halls and history of Crufts, accused of a terrible crime.
When Charles Cruft, the ‘Greatest Showman in Dogdom’, held his first show in 1891, he had a sense that dog ownership and breeding was about to become pretty big.
In this extraordinary world of heroic hounds, pampered pedigrees and naughty nobblers, does Gary have what it takes to win the day?
Help cheer the underdog as we celebrate canines past and present and explore the enduring love between people and their dogs.
Due to Covid this will be an Outdoor event, so bring a chair and enjoy the sunshine.
British Naturism is not charging the day entrance fee for the Sunday but would like a donation on the day, Food and drinks will be available to purchase.
Why not Stay on Saturday night? Sunfolk is holding a Skinny dip event too.
For Tickets you need to book directly with Mikron this is done by donation.Paid what you can affordand please gift aid if you are able to. Average local theatre cost is around 20.00 per ticket this is for guidance only. Limited Tickets so book NOW!