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Treasure Island - Olivier Theatre, National Theatre

This winter, Robert Louis Stevenson’s classic story is brought to life on the Olivier stage in a thrilling new adaptation by Bryony Lavery. As the nights grow shorter in the northern hemisphere The bright winter constellations move towards the west.

The Velveteen Rabbit - Unicorn Theatre

This Easter, join us for a heart-warming story about a very shy toy Rabbit who longs for nothing more than to become real. He spends his days waiting patiently on the nursery floor, watching the Boy play with the other toys and dreaming of being picked up

The Velveteen Rabbit, Unicorn Theatre, London

This gently witty account of Margery Williams' charming book, loved by children for several generations, explores the power of play and imagination to transcend experience.

Pirate Gran - Scamp Theatre - UK Tour

She bakes. She knits. You'd never guess she was a Pirate! 'Pirating isn't the life for everyone, but Gran says if you don't mind sleeping in a hammock and being called Scary Mary, then it's a career more girls should think about.' With a pet crocodi

Not Now, Bernard theatre review - 'a monstrous comedy'

Bernard is bored. Dad's doing DIY, Mum's in the kitchen and neither will listen to him – even when Bernard warns them that a monster in the garden is going to eat him.

Out of the Blue - Polka Theatre

An enchanting performance for babies and toddlers full of captivating images and intriguing sounds followed by playtime. He's waiting for something to arrive... Ding, dong, doorbell. A Parcel. "What's inside?" There's paper to play with… scrunchin

Father Nandru and the Wolves - Wilton's Music Hall

Five hundred years ago, founding fathers built a log church in a small village deep in the heart of Transylvania where, 400 years on, the villagers still worship. When Eveline, the lop-faced daughter of a leading family, elopes with Vadim, the crippled so

1001 Nights - Transport Theatre - UK Tour

1001 Nights collects together some of the greatest folk tales ever told. Here they are re-imagined by Shahrazad – a lively young girl who, torn between her old home in the East and her new life in Britain, re-tells the extraordinary stories of her child

Who's Been Sitting in My Chair? - Polka Theatre

A delightful and playful version of a well-known tale with porridge and bears and one-two-three chairs. A tale that’s not too BIG and not too small but just right. Mind you, telling this story is not so easy when it's wintertime and those sleepy bea

Hannah - review

It's just an ordinary Saturday morning for teenager Hannah.