There are some hard Christmas acts to follow at this address, including last year's very tasty Hansel and Gretel and the Olivier-nominated Cinderella: a Fairy Tale, which is deservedly becoming a festive fixture in theatres well beyond Bristol.
On the bounce from providing London's newest theatre, the St James in Westminster, with its first Christmas show last year, Bristol-based Travelling Light theatre company has returned to the Tobacco Factory to launch Sinbad the Sailor on his final fantasy
Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland is filled with wonderful images and language that has helped to make it in to a classic book. This new adaptation for the Polka Theatre pays tribute to the original book by keeping the language and many of Carroll’s or
This big scary monster is back in London’s West End again this Christmas for the fourth year running. Join Mouse on an adventurous journey through the deep dark wood in this magical, musical adaptation of the award winning picture book by Julia Donaldso
Erich Kästner’s ‘Emil and the Detectives’ is one of the all-time great adventure stories and an inspired choice for the National Theatre’s big seasonal show – a crowdpleasing leftie alternative for families who don’t fancy being bossed about