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CHILDREN'S THEATRE

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...

From the fairytales of the Brothers Grimm to the creations of Roald Dahl, the best children’s stories always have a healthy dose of the...

It’s great to see new Unicorn Theatre artistic director Justin Audibert giving Aesop his due attention amid the seeming ubiquity of Messrs Grimm and...

Fittingly for a play about the importance of effective communication, Yellow Is the Colour of Sunshine seamlessly fuses music, movement, sign language and the...

Finegan Kruckemeyer’s children’s fable tells the story of three triplet sisters who are reluctantly abandoned by their father in the forest and must find...

Jacqueline Wilson's books for children often balance fantasy with harsh reality. Wave Me Goodbye doesn't just depict the threat of the Second World War, it...

Former children's laureate Michael Morpurgo has already lauded the Barn Theatre’s adaptation of his African morality play, The Butterfly Lion, as so impressive that...

While Beatrix Potter’s anthropomorphic tales have been adapted innumerable times, most versions struggle to replicate the unique charm of the original books. This musical incarnation,...
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