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Aliens Love Underpants - Leicester Square Theatre

Aliens Love Underpants, of every shape and size, but there are no underpants in space, so here's a big surprise! This zany, hilarious tale based on the best-selling children’s book is delightfully brought to life on stage for the very first time.

Moominsummer Madness , Polka Theatre, London

Long before Tellytubbyland, Tove Jansson’s fantasy world of Moominvalley, inhabited by similarly rotund, benevolent creatures of non-specific origin, kept generations of children enthralled.

Moominsummer Madness review Tove Jansson's world brought to life with knee-high puppets

This skilful adaptation of a much-loved children's book happily defies expectations.

The Wind in the Willows - Vaudeville Theatre

Kenneth Grahame's classic tale is brought to life by Will Tuckett, marking a return to the West End for the show. The adventures of Toad, Ratty, Mole and Badger was first seen at the Royal Opera House before it transferred to the Duchess Theatre in De

CBeebies Live! - UK Tour

Roll up, roll up! CBeebies Live! are back with a brand new circus-themed spectacular,Justin & Friends: Mr Tumble's Circus! With singing, dancing and fun-filled surprises Justin & Friends: Mr Tumble's Circus will bring you all the thrills and excitement

Alice - Metta Theatre - UK Tour

1915. Bombs rain down. Sheltering in her dusty cellar, Alice rediscovers her past amongst old lamp shades & moth-eaten christening gowns. Meanwhile her son Alan, a WW1 soldier, makes the same imaginary journey down the rabbit hole to escape the madness of

Curiouser and curiouser: Lewis Carroll's Alice takes to the stage

Metta Theatre's interpretation of the children's story uses people and puppets to disappear down the rabbit hole of the first world war. Director Poppy Burton-Morgan discusses her inspiration.

Moominsummer Madness - Tour

Breathtaking puppetry, live music and humour bring Tove Jansson’s much-loved Moomins to life on stage. When a huge flood sweeps through Moominvalley, the Moomins find an exciting new home… a floating theatre! But why is there a door in the floor

Monday’s Child, York Theatre Royal, review

Tutti frutti has been delighting audiences from the age of three years and upwards with its ethereal and thoughtful productions for nearly a quarter of a century.

Jerry Hall to Make Her Pantomime Debut at Richmond Theatre

Richmond Theatre have announced that the model and Richmond Theatre Patron will be playing the Wicked Queen in this year's pantomime, Snow White & the Seven Dwarfs. Most recently on our screens in the 2012 series of Strictly Come Dancing, Jerry Hall