Meet Belladonna, the beautiful but deadly gardener, as she tries to catch a tasty morsel for her hungry Venus Flytraps.

Is your hand steady enough that you dare to feed the flytraps yourself? Or will you help Aristotle the batty bluebottle to escape from their deadly clutches? Watch out that you don’t get sucked in by her charm too, as she entices the foolish fly towards his sweet, toothy decline.

Halloween version

Belladonna the Witch is very busy casting spells, making potions and feeding her ever hungry Venue Flytraps. But is your hand steady enough to feed the flytraps yourself? Or will you help Aristotle the batty bluebottle to escape from their deadly clutches? Watch out that you don't get sucked in by her charm too, as she entices the foolish fly towards his sweet toothy decline! 

This act can be performed as a walkabout or mobile show or a combination of both. 

Safe & Accessible

This act, along with every other act on our website, is expert in adapting to a variety of performance settings, including during the constrictions of the ongoing COVID 19 Pandemic.

The performances will be tailored to the event and location to ensure that all interactions are socially distanced without compromising the joy and spectacle.

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Belladonna and her Venus Flytraps

by Bell and Bullock

Performance Styles

  • Walkabouts
  • Shows

Act Info

  • Excellent for Environmental Events
  • Great for Garden Themed Events
  • Halloween Themed Act

‘I was extremely impressed with Bell & Bullock. The ‘Belladonna and her Venus Flytraps’ show was fantastic and very well organised. They worked really well with our visitors both children and adults – their costumes and props were brilliant and very professional. They worked above and beyond what was expected. I would not hesitate to book them again.’

— Victoria Appleby, RHS Garden Harlow Carr

‘Belladonna… was a fantastically colourful walkabout pitched perfectly for all ages. I had lots of good feedback and you worked relentlessly throughout terrible weather!’

— Catherine Maxwell Stuart, Traquair Fair