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CHILDREN'S THEATRE

Ask anyone who has trained with Philippe Gaulier: clowning is seriously hard work. A reminder of just how hard comes in Keepy Uppy, a...

Today is Sophie’s 16th birthday, so her mother is baking a cake. As Danyah Miller (who co-wrote the show with John Miller) mixes together...

Comprised of the People Show alumni and based in Lewes, Slot Machine Theatre have a reputation for inventive and inclusive family theatre. Their shows...

Children's theatre company Catherine Wheels has never shied away from tackling big issues. In this immersive co-production with the National Theatre of Scotland the...

If you have a child, you’ll have read Dear Zoo – many, many times probably. First published in 1982, this simple story of a...

Belgian playwright Ignace Cornelissen’s adaptation of Othello for a young audience milks the overlooked humour in Shakespeare’s story but doesn’t dispense with its heavier...

Julius Caesar isn’t the most obvious choice for an audience of children aged seven to 13, but director Marieke Audsley’s new production, for the...

There’s a flavour of the concrete jungle about this new musical take on Kipling’s classic from the Royal and Derngate, Northampton, and Chichester Festival...

Performer Frank Wurzinger hangs around the auditorium discretely bonding with individual audience members as they settle down on white fluffy cushions and benches covered...

Director Andy Manley has re-imagined the story of Black Beauty using just two actors and a ramshackle horsebox. This is home to the out-of-work...

Little green men, intergalactic radio broadcasts and a baby in a suitcase do not make for conventional Christmas theatre. However, Lucy and the Lost...

Nottingham Playhouse has built up a strong tradition of lovingly created theatre for small children. There’s lots to excite and nothing to frighten them...
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