ARTS Upper Hunter is bringing the hilarious Choo Choo Troupe to the Upper Hunter this month.
If you have, or know, a primary school-aged kid, or a "kid-adult", then make sure you don't miss You'll Never Guess Where I Hid The Cheese.
The production is heading to Dungog, Singleton, Muswellbrook, Merriwa, Scone and Murrurundi over the next fortnight.
"It's Freddy Mercury with a cheesehead, extravagantly mimed escapes and lots of cheesy portmanteaus ('it's a travescheese!')," regional arts development officer Mark Reedman said.
"Next to all this, it's Steve Meagher on the keys, making the full range of kooky sound effects and musical wonders on a Korg R3 synthesizer.
"The 'out-of-the-ordinary' Debbie Zukerman (The Plus Ones) and 'superb' Alicia Gonzalez (Adelaide Theatre Guide) are joined by Steve Marr.
"And, together they'll take you on an adventure into the heart of Cheese.
"Bobbi and Wanda are superheroes.
"So, they're here to defeat the evil Mr Cheesehead.
"But, first they're going to have a snack - and maybe a nap."
Mr Reedman said the reviews had been extremely positive.
"Finnley, aged eight, rated it 100 out of 10," he explained with a laugh.
"Meanwhile, a mum stated 'I haven't laughed so hard in all of the comedy festival' in 2018.
"Another, Popculture-y, remarked: 'a fantastic and laugh inducing ride'."
You'll Never Guess Where I Hid The Cheese will appear at the James Theatre, Dungog, on Monday, September 23 (6pm); Singleton Youth Venue on Tuesday, September 24 (6pm); St James' Primary School Hall, in Muswellbrook, on Wednesday, September 25 (6pm); Merriwa RSL Club on Thursday, September 26 (6pm); St Luke's Church Hall in Scone on Friday, September 27 (6pm) and the Murrurundi RSL Club Hall on Saturday, September 28 (6pm).
Tickets are $5 online at 123tix.com.au or $10 at the door.
Phone Arts Upper Hunter on 6541 4776 for more information.