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CHILDREN'S THEATRE

In 1957, Moscow street dog Laika was selected by the Soviet space programme as their canine guinea pig. Poor Laika had no choice in...

The most astonishing thing about this story is its origin in the historical event of the first ever giraffe arriving in France in 1827...

Magic and clowning are brought together in rounded narrative structure under Gerry Mulgrew's direction of Jango Starr in One Man Shoe. In this family...

Smoothly moving on from their time-travelling schtick, the enthusiastic Rhys Morgan and curmudgeonly Robert West build on their stage personas in this thoroughly entertaining...

Jordan & Skinner, who made a huge impact with their one-woman show Sanitise, return with a two-handed, non-verbal piece, At a Stretch. It’s an everyday story of two...

Tessa Bide's A Strange New Space attempts to collide an exciting story of intrepid inter-galactic exploration with the grim realities of the refugee crisis,...

When Jihan lost her smile, her town lost its colour, the sun stopped shining and everyone became sad. In his attempts to protect her, her father won't let...

From the outset, Oliver Twist – a production "created for everyone aged six and over" – struggles to pin down its tone. Despite a snappy...

Toddlers are fascinated by hatching eggs. If you don't happen to know any toddlers, this might come as a surprise, but theatremakers Adriano Adewale...

The stage adaptation of Julia Donaldson’s What the Ladyird Heard has benefited from a great deal of development work since its first outing in...

Dutch children’s theatre company Theatre Artemis specialise in questioning authority. In The Man Who Knows It All this is done through a simple, silly...

Based on the children’s book by Kathryn Cave, Something Else tells the story of an unusual creature who lives alone in a world of...
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