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Purni Morell’s sweet and adorable production based on Margery Williams’ 1922 children’s novel, The Velveteen Rabbit, was first performed in 2014. Returning to the Unicorn...

Following the success of Pied Piper Theatre’s Burglar Bill last year, this new two hander for very young children follows a similar format. There...

Charming children’s dance-theatre show Tidy Up takes aim at anal retentive orderliness with brightly-coloured balloons, confetti and cushions. But it doesn’t simply revel in mess...

Chipping Norton Theatre’s Sleeping Beauty takes its audience time-travelling from 1567 to 1967. John Terry’s engaging production slickly incorporates all the beloved elements of panto,...

Camp stereotypes and the class system have always been mainstays of British comedy. Long before homosexuality was decriminalised in the UK, there were camp,...

Following on from the successful stage adaptation of David Walliams' Gangsta Granny, Horrible Histories' writer Neal Foster has turned Awful Auntie – the biggest...

Yana and the Yeti is set in a world of snow and ice, deep dark forests and mythical creatures nestling between the trees. Pickled...

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...

As it suggests in the title, the premise of Sweatshop, the new late-night cabaret/circus hybrid from the Briefs Factory is that the circus is...

Aside from entertainment there is a part of the cabaret performance that, no matter how vintage it appears, should reflect at least some aspect...
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