We are very excited to announce that our 2.00pm show will have BSL interpretation.
Dear parents: We encourage children to come to the 5.00pm show in their pyjamas! After the show we will be handing out toothbrushes and tooth paste so the little ones can clean their teeth before leaving the theatre! Hopefully you should be home in time for In The Night Garden followed by bedtime stories. 🙂
One hot summer’s day, four million wasps invade the quiet village of Itching Down. The picnickers panic and the farmer stops haymaking. The wasps are noisy, nasty and worst of all, they don’t mind who they sting! That is until the baker has an ingenious idea…
Following successful tours of Farm Boy and The Butterfly Lion (Michael Morpurgo), Not Now, Bernard (David McKee) and The Tiger’s Bones and Other Stories (Ted Hughes), we bring one of the most loved picture books to life on stage to enthral a new generation.
Join the villagers in their giant sandwich-making plan to defeat the wasps and help save the day, in a fun-packed feast for 3-8 year olds and their families.
“Musical theatre for children at its finest…if you have children, see this show!” ★★★★★ ONE4REVIEW
“Kazoos, helicopters, wasps and of course lots and lots of jam – this show packs it all in and is one sandwich that’s well worth tasting!!!” ★★★★ EDINBURGH FESTIVAL FOR KIDS
“I would recommend it to anyone with small children” ★★★★ THREE WEEKS
“Engaging and interactive production that makes for the best kind of children’s theatre” ★★★★ THE STAGE
Audiences are in for a treat as Oddsocks bring their trademark humour, fast-paced action and live music to the legend that is Robin Hood!
Join Robin, Little John, Maid Marion and of course Friar Tuck as they take on some of their hardest challenges to date: A conniving king, a sinister sheriff and a downtrodden village of peasants who’s ‘get up and go’ has got up and gone.
Can the merry band teach the baddies a lesson?
The villagers to revolt?
The world to sing?
Find out when Oddsocks rumble in with their rumbustious new adventures of this legendary folk hero in a show for all the family.
Adapted for the stage in twenty-four scenes and several songs and tableaux, Neil Bartlett’s production of the Charles Dickens’ classic, Oliver Twist, vividly brings to life the dark underbelly of ninteenth-century London. Oliver, Fagin, Bill Sikes, the Artful Dodger inhabit a world filled with danger and fear, innocence and hope; a world seen through the eyes of an astonished child.