Tag: Childrens Theatre


Southbank Centre announces Summer family programme
By Rosie Bannister · 11 Apr 2014 · London

Highlights include the return of ZooNation's Groove on Down the Road as part of their Festival of Love from 28 June to 31 August

ENB Tour My First Ballet: Coppélia
By Glenn Meads · 9 Apr 2014 · Southwest

English National Ballet and English National Ballet School present a classic piece, adapted for young people.

At the End of Everything Else (Unicorn Theatre)
By Jane Martin · 2 Apr 2014 · London

This delicate and imaginative tale tackles pollution with eco power

Jacqueline Wilson on the stage adaptation of her book Hetty Feather
By Ben Hewis · 26 Feb 2014 · London

The author discusses the background behind her book, how it came to be adapted for the stage and the importance of the Foundling Museum.

National's Elephantom transfers to West End for summer run
By Editorial Staff · 25 Feb 2014 · London

The children's show will run in the daytime slot at the New London Theatre, home of War Horse

Tiger returns for Tea in the West End this summer
By Andi Kaufman · 29 Jan 2014 · London

David Wood directs The Tiger Who Came to Tea for its return to the West End

Brief Encounter with... Alice in Wonderland's Rosamunde Hutt
By Editorial Staff · 1 Dec 2013 · London

Rosamunde Hutt is directing Alice's Adventures in Wonderland at the Polka Theatre this Christmas, which runs until 15 February 2014

Something (slightly) more serious? Our top Christmas shows
By Editorial Staff · 21 Oct 2013 · England

Alongside the plethora of pantos, there are not shortage of family-friendly Christmas shows on offer for those looking for something a little more serious. Here, we round up ten of the best on offer this year

Charlie and Lola tour to New Brighton, 25 October
By Glenn Meads · 21 Oct 2013 · Northwest

A new production based on the BBC children's television series is coming to the New Brighton.

Disney on Ice - Dare to Dream (Tour - Manchester)
By WhatsOnStage Reviewer · 17 Oct 2013 · Northwest

Disney on Ice at the Phones 4 U Arena might Dare to Dream, but it leaves Sarah Bloomer feeling slightly underwhelmed

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