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Mr Stink Comes To The PEC

Prolific children’s author and comedian, David Walliams’ masterful creation, ‘Mr Stink’, is coming to the Proserpine stage.

As part of the show’s national tour, this Australian adaption will be in the Proserpine Entertainment Centre (PEC) on May 2 and 3.

Mr Stink follows the tale of Chloe, one of the loneliest girls in the world, who makes unlikely friends with Mr Stink, the local tramp.

Yes, he smells, but he is the only person who has ever been nice to Chloe. And when he needs a place to stay, Chloe offers him her families garden shed.

However, Chloe must now keep Mr Stink a secret in her garden shed, while learning that some secrets have a way of leading to disaster.

“Boisterous fun…the young audience…thoroughly enjoy[ed] this quality production,” The Daily Telegraph said.

‘Mr Stink’ comes off the back of extensive renovations to the PEC, having been left damaged by Cyclone Debbie in March 2017.

Now, newly renovated, and open to the public, the PEC is quickly becoming the landmark community facility for Proserpine once again.

‘Mr Stink’ is brought to the PEC by CDP Theatre Producers, who are behind other award-winning productions including David Walliams’ ‘The Midnight Gang’ and ‘The 91-Storey Treehouse’, as well as Australian productions of ‘The Very Hungry Caterpillar Show’ and ‘The Gruffalo’.

This charming and hilarious adaption is fun for the whole family.

WHAT: ‘Mr Stink’ – Live on Stage

WHEN: May 2 and 3

WHEN: Proserpine Entertainment Centre


‘Mr Stink’ Live on Stage

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