What if, one windy night a little girl arrives in your bedroom and tells you she’s the wind? Join us as a small boy finds himself swept up and whisked away on an unforgettable journey with her. Flying through the air with the world so small below her sh
This Easter holiday, follow the adventures of a charismatic singer and his animal band (made up of a gorilla, a bear, a hedgehog and a badger) as they make friends, play games, contemplate the world and finally rock out at a grand dance contest. This live
Journey into a world where kitchen meets garden and where pots and pans get mischieviously mixed up with planters and pails.
A perfect giggle-making introductory experience to theatre that explores everyday objects in an interactive environment.
A delightful story of a very small girl, a very tall sunflower and a magical adventure.
Sally loves flowers but her mother must grow vegetables to feed the family. On her way to market she is beguiled by the brightly coloured flowers and sells their la
Follow the adventure of a favourite toy needing its very first wash. With song, rhythm, puppetry and movement from his first dip in the warm soapy water to styling his soft clean fur.
A multi-sensory experience allowing you to touch and feel each stag
With a Magician for a Dad and a Stargazer for a Mum, no wonder there's more to Mavis than meets the eye!
A telescope in one hand, a feather duster in the other and a few tricks up her sleeve, Mavis is on a journey north- to see nature's biggest light s
In the dead of the night, the moon is hiding behind a cloud, and deep in the dark, dark forest two children are lost, scared and hungry...
How are we ever going to get out of this enormous forest?
A young girl, exhausted with work and deprived of a
Polarbear makes things up: stories, jokes, adventures – a master maker-upper. But where did it all begin?
Mouth Open, Story Jump Out is about the moment that started it all, and how one little decision set off a chain reaction that changed his life f
In choosing a show to celebrate its centenary, Birmingham REP wanted to come up with something that would reflect the ethos of its founder Sir Barry Jackson. He was the man who reportedly pioneered the idea of performing Shakespeare in modern dress.
“I Was A Rat!” insists a scruffy page boy who turns up one evening on the doorstep of old married couple Bob and Joan. But what is he now? A terrifying monster rampaging in the sewers? A money-spinning fairground freak? A champion wriggler and a downy