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Children's

Not Now, Bernard - Unicorn Theatre

Bernard’s got a problem. He’s found a monster in the back garden but his mum and dad are just too busy to notice. So Bernard tries to befriend the monster…and that doesn’t go quite to plan. Loved by children, monsters and adults for over thi

Wish Upon a Prince - Cockpit Theatre

“Wish Upon A Prince” is a new original musical, based on "The Frog Prince" fairytale. When princess Claudine drops her golden ball into the pond and Henry the frog returns it in exchange for 3 wishes, the adventure begins.

Grimm Tales - Shoreditch Town hall

Announcing the world debut of a never-before-experienced immersive storytelling event – a theatrical reimagining of award-winning author Philip Pullman’s Grimm Tales for Young and Old in Shoreditch Town Hall, London. We invite you to experience a h

Refugee Boy - Queen Elizabeth Hall, Southbank Centre

A powerful production about arriving, belonging and finding home by poets Benjamin Zephaniah and Lemn Sissay. Alem is fourteen, in London with his father on the best holiday he has ever had, but then the unthinkable happens; he awakes to find himself a

Hannah - Unicorn Theatre

Lose yourself in an extraordinary story that will transport you to a supernatural world and bring magic to modern day life. Hannah gets frustrated with the little things; her mum, on the other hand, is out at work, trying to save the world. But then Ha

The Pardoner's Tale - review

Chaucer's sly, gruesome story from The Canterbury Tales reimagined for children?

Sleeping Beauty in the Wood, Little Angel Theatre, London

Joy Haynes, director of Norwich Puppet Theatre, has revamped her production of eight years ago with a greater emphasis on comedy.

The elephant in the room is well worth watching: The Elephantom review

How do you stop an elephants’ stampede? Answer: Dial trunks and reverse the charge!

Peter Pan - King's Theatre, Edinburgh

Join us for another action-packed production which features magnificent scenery, beautiful costumes, an abundance of comedy and stunning flying sequences. Peter Pan offers Edinburgh’s biggest and most spectacular family treat! This unmissable story

The One Hundred and One Dalmations - New Vic Theatre

When Perdita and Pongo’s puppies go missing, they set off on a daring rescue mission – helped by all the dogs in England! How is cold-hearted Cruella de Vil involved? Will they be in time to save their pups? Or have they bitten off more than they can