My eight-year-old daughter and I couldn't wait to see this adaptation of Jacqueline Wilson's much-loved story – and it didn't disappoint.
This transformation of Jacqueline Wilson’s children’s book is a real treat.
When Novel Theatre wanted to stage my book, I felt as proprietorial as any mother. Who was going to play my Hetty?
The Unicorn theatre is on a roll with a teenaged Henry the Fifth, adventurous adaptations of kids' books and spellbinding devised work. And now there's talk of banning the adults The Velveteen Rabbit review 'a show with brain and heart' Not Now...
Bunnies — and everyone else — fare better in the Velveteen Rabbit, a celebrated children’s story which is given a sweet outing at the Unicorn children’s theatre, South London.
Bernard is bored. Dad's doing DIY, Mum's in the kitchen and neither will listen to him – even when Bernard warns them that a monster in the garden is going to eat him.