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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

Snow White & the Seven Dwarfs - Richmond Theatre

Starring supermodel Jerry Hall in her pantomime debut, Richmond Theatre's annual pantomime returns this December!

Monday's Child - Tutti Frutti - UK Tour

Monday’s Child tells a simple poetic story of the unique bond between a grandmother and a little girl. We share the delights and surprises of the respective stages of their lives: discoveries, memories, imaginings… Together they love to sing and d

Monday's Child review a dementia drama that is never depressing

A young girl and her grandmother are spending the afternoon together in the garden.

Pinocchio, Arts Depot, London

Pulsing with energy, music and imagination, this show is a splendid showcase for four hugely talented actors - although of course that isn't the intention of this slick, well-paced adaption for over-fours of the famous Italian story, which manages to pack

Hetty Feather (Rose, Kingston)

Jacqueline Wilson's success has largely been built on stories about contemporary girls facing dysfunctional families, abandonment and all sorts of angst.

Hetty Feather, theatre review: Winning stage version of Jacqueline Wilson's children's book

This transformation of Jacqueline Wilson’s children’s book is a real treat.

Hetty Feather review – 'like seeing old friends on stage'

Hetty Feather by Jacqueline Wilson is my eight-year-old daughter Violet's favourite book in the world.

Hetty Feather review – Jacqueline Wilson circus show needs more tricks

Sally Cookson's production has some magical touches but it stays too faithful to the script, with the red-haired heroine ultimately outstaying her welcome.