Alan Ayckbourn's tale of fiction coming to life makes an inspiring leap from page to stage.
The musical version of Alan Ayckbourn's play for young people is an ideal introduction to the pleasures of reading and the power of the theatre.
School’s out and in celebration the Royal Exchange is offering an exhilarating version of Round the World in Eighty Days which is as near to a sophisticated summer panto as could be imagined.
Magical and rivals any Regent's Park production, says Michael Nunn of Hansel and Gretel and More Tales.
Children's author Jacqueline Wilson is as passionate as ever, finds Julia Llewellyn Smith.
It's 15 minutes before there is an Elephantom in the room but the party animals are worth the wait in this fast-paced show.
New London Theatre: In this gentle yet spectacular children's play, a little girl, ably played by diminutive, shining-eyed Susan Harrison, is marginalised by her busy parents (Laura Cubitt and Tim Lewis), bound up in each other and their work. She...
David Wood is used to people asking him if he is jealous of the success of Matilda and Charlie and the Chocolate Factory in the West End.
Old Deer Park, Richmond, Surrey This staging of the Cbeebies classic has all the wonder of the TV show even if the gift-shop exit is eye-wateringly expensive It's a damp Saturday afternoon and, under an unpromising grey sky, Rachel, Jake and I are...