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CHILDREN'S THEATRE

To anyone who has read his books, it will come as no surprise that David Walliams idolises the author Roald Dahl. Walliams' gently anarchic style...

Essentially War Horse meets The Lion King, in many ways Michael Morpurgo’s 1996 children’s novel The Butterfly Lion is a theatrical dead cert. Moving between...

Set in a dystopian, parallel version of 1950s Britain occupied by “the Motherland”, Maggot Moon follows a severely dyslexic 15-year-old, Standish Treadwell. Adapted from Sally...

As a playful Brechtian parable, Theatre Centre’s The Border wears its serious side lightly as knockabout cartoon-style antics break out into an audience debate...

Wolves may be in the title, but tutti frutti’s children’s show is all about the sheep. Its familiar story is told by three busily...

Anansi the Spider is perhaps the most famous character in Afro-Caribbean folklore. He’s loveable and wise, but he is also a mischief maker, a...

The Little Angel Theatre doesn’t shy away from presenting children’s shows imbued with melancholic elements. Edward Lear used ‘nonsense’ verse as a method for circumnavigating...

Like many only children, Ashley (Mae Munuo) has a vivid imagination. Instead of helping her mum prepare dinner or clean the house, she loses...

This is Scottish Opera’s second show for babies; after the huge success of BambinO for six to 18-month-olds, Fot-Tot! is aimed at one to...

Time travelling magicians Morgan and West have branched out this year. Their new show sees them celebrating scientific method in a manner that befits...

Based on the long-dead TV show of the same name, Brainiac Live has toured the globe with its stage show for young audiences since...

Using her own son’s experiences of being bullied at primary school for wearing dresses and all things glitter, Annie Cusick Wood has attempted to...
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