Poor wee Jack. She just can't win. Once upon a time her Daddy chopped down that Beanstalk, killed the giant and saved the day. But now, he's gone and the bills are mounting up. There's not a day goes by that Marge Aline, Jack's widow wumman, mammy gets upset. It's really, really sad...it's sadder than that! And if that wasn't bad enough, Jack and her dunderhead sister have to sell the family cow, Daisy the Moo Mark Two. It's just like history is repeating itself or something, isn't it? Well at least there aren't any giants around this time...
Demand for tickets last year was our highest ever with all shows a sell-out. Please book early to avoid disapointment.
Written and Directed by Martin McCormick
To help plan your walking journey to the Centre, visit the WalkIt website This urban walking journey planner provides maps and detailed instructions, alongside step-free alternatives for those who have additional mobility needs.
Howden Park Centre is a 10 minute walk from Livingston Shopping Centre and bus terminal. Head along Almondvale Boulevard following the pedestrian signs for the Civic Centre. Walking past the entrance to the Civic Centre use the pedestrian crossing on Howden South Road, follow the path ahead through Howden Park to the Centre.
A bike rack is located at the main entrance for customers. Livingston has an extensive network of walking and cycling off-road paths. To plan your cycling journey to Howden Park Centre visit the CycleStreets website
Howden Park Centre is well served by buses it is a 10 minute walk from the bus terminal at Livingston Shopping Centre. The closest bus stops are on Howden East and at the entrance to St John's Hospital, with both a 2 minute walk away.
Edinburgh Waverley - Livingston North
Journey time from: 23 mins (25min walk to Howden Park Centre)
Glasgow Queen Street - Livingston North
Journey time from: 41 mins (25min walk to Howden Park Centre)
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