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A chance for children to explore, discover and play in the sand from the much-loved creators of the enchanting shows Little Hippo and his Magic Pen and The Dream Tree.
Age 2+. Running time: 40mins
Comedy Club 4 Kids is a real live comedy club with professional comedians performing without the swearing or rude bits. A different show every time for children 6 and above.
Biff is no ordinary dog. If you throw him a stick, he'll look at you like you're crazy. Biff likes moonlight and music and walking on his tiptoes. Biff doesn't think he's a dog, Biff thinks he's a ballerina, which is all very well... But dogs don't do ballet - do they? Based on the book by Anna Kemp and Sara Ogilvie and featuring original, hand-crafted puppets, this hilarious story tells the tale of a small dog with a big dream.
Suitable for ages 2-6. Running time: 45mins
Grimm's fairytale. The classic story of two children sent into the woods. Unable to find their way home, they find a cottage made of cake and candy. Here lives a wicked witch who locks Hansel in a cage and tries to fatten him up ready for her to eat.
This is the delicious scary story of a tango dancing witch and her irresistible recipe for an edible house. Red Earth's retelling of one of the most popular and powerful of all fairytales is funny, atmospheric and free-spirited. Come and taste the shivery delight of a classic tale well told. This show has special appeal for deaf, disabled and learning disabled audiences. It's also great for children whose first language is not English.
The adventures of a common soldier who wins the hands of the beautiful princess with the help of his magic tinderbox and a trio of unusual hounds with extraordinary eyes. This glorious fairytale brimming with enchantment, humour and music is a splendid treat to delight the whole family.
Charlie (who's a boy) feels like he has to make choices all the time, what to watch, what to wear, when to get up, what does he want to eat... and he hates it. Charlie would really rather let his Mum or Dad make all his decisions for him. Charlie (who's a girl) who loves making decisions, so much so that she really likes making them for everyone around her. So when they're both asked at school to think about what job's they might like to do in the future Charlie (who's a boy) goes into a flat spin, and Charlie (who's a girl) knows exactly what to do! Or does she?
This original production is based on the experience of children at Key Stage 2 from across the region, devised from workshops held in schools, interviews with pupils and staff, and with advice from Suffolk County Council's Partnership Advisory service.