CHILDREN'S THEATRE


Reviews


Watership Down, (Watermill Theatre, Newbury)
Adam Penford directs Richard Adams' classic 1972 children's novel
Sleeping Beauty (Sadler's Wells)
By Jo Caird
Matthew Bourne's luxurious and witty retelling of the classic fairy tale
The Snow Queen (Royal & Derngate, Northampton)
By Michael Davies
Gary Sefton directs Georgia Pritchett's very silly adaptation
The Lion, The Witch and the Wardrobe (Birmingham Repertory Theatre)
By Michael Davies
Adrian Mitchell's Christmas classic is directed by Tessa Walker
The Famous Victories of Henry V (RSC tour)
This RSC schools production proves tremendous fun
Planeta Ka (Unicorn Theatre)
The Unicorn's latest show for 1-3 year olds proves an adept sensory experience
The Paper Dolls (Little Angel Theatre)
By Miriam Gillinson
Julia Donaldson's book is brought to life at the children's theatre
Against Captain's Orders (National Maritime Museum)
Punchdrunk bring their trademark immersive touch to children at Greenwich's maritime museum
The Twits (Royal Court)
Enda Walsh's stage adaptation of the Roald Dahl classic is crushingly unfunny vaudeville, says Michael Coveney
The Chair (Unicorn Theatre)
By Miriam Gillinson
'For all the clever effects and finely poised performances, the show begins to lose its dark hold over the young audience'