Sir Scallywag and the Golden Underpants

Saturday 10 February 2024, 2pm & 4.30pm

EM Forster Theatre, Tonbridge School
Tonbridge, TN9 1JP

Presented in conjunction with Music in the Round and Ensemble 360


When King Colin’s golden underpants go missing, it’s Sir Scallywag to the rescue! Brave and bold, courageous and true, he’s the perfect knight for the job … even if he is only six years old! 

Original music by Music in the Round’s children’s Composer-in-Residence, Paul Rissmann, features instruments including strings, woodwind, and horn, presented together with story-telling and projected illustrations from the best-selling children’s book by Giles Andreae and Korky Paul.  

Performed by the wonderfully dynamic and hugely engaging Ensemble 360 in conjunction with Music in the Round, this concert is a great introduction to live music for children. It’s full of wit, invention, songs and actions, and plenty of opportunities to join in. 

For 3–7 year-olds and their families


Adult £12  |  Child £5  |  Family ticket (2 adults + 2 children) £30

Tickets can be booked via the EM Forster Theatre, either online at or by calling the box office on 01732 304241

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About Music in the Round and Ensemble 360 

Music in the Round is the leading national promoter of chamber music, with a year-round programme of hundreds of events for people of all ages.

For nearly 40 years they have been bringing people and music closer together through their friendly and informative style of ‘in the round’ performances. They present concerts and the Sheffield Chamber Music Festival each year at their home venue, the Crucible Playhouse, as well as activity across the city and in partnership with venues around the country. Music in the Round events are characterised by passion, excellence and proximity. They connect people to music by presenting music in intimate venues, with amazing artists playing spine-tingling music with their heart and soul, often accompanied by lively spoken introductions.

Resident group, Ensemble 360, comprises 11 of the finest chamber musicians in the country, and is at the heart of Music in the Round’s activity.