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Unicorn Theatre

An adaptation of Old English poem Beowulf by Chris Thorpe is among 11 productions in the Unicorn Theatre’s new season. Beowulf will be directed by...

Jess Latowicki and Chris Brett Bailey are trying to put on a show: there’s a bit of comedy, a dance routine. But their efforts...

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...

The Hunting Lodge is a curious beast. Ignace Cornelissen spins a fairytale for teens and pre-teens, albeit one where Cinders has vanished five years...

Ted Hughes' classic 1968 children's novel The Iron Man should be compulsory reading. It's a heartwarming modern-day myth about improbable allies that celebrates tolerance,...

Much children's theatre seems to be based on successful books, so it's really refreshing when a piece comes along without accompanying merchandise. Unburdened by...

Holger Schober’s sideways glance at Medea couldn’t be more timely. Medea’s children tell the story of their displacement from Greece, the racist abuse they’ve...

There are two main questions to be asked when staging Greek mythology for a contemporary audience: what to do about the gods and whether...

Lee Lyford’s production of The Owl Who Was afraid of the Dark, adapted from Jill Tomlinson's novel, takes a hi-tech approach. It creates an immersive...
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