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n a chilly land, far far away, lives a gorgeously grizzly child... Welcome to the playfully yucky world of Beasty Baby. Mayhem and laughter await around every corner as three people embark on a wild adventure to bring up a very mischievous and totally lovable child. Beasty Baby is a lively celebration of family, growing up and the rituals both children and adults go through in those extraordinary early years of life. Using an inspired mix of puppetry and live music the renowned Theatre-Rites transform Polka's Adventure Theatre to create a funny and magical shared experience.
It's Christmas Eve, the busiest day of the year in Christmastown and it's time to join some familiar Christmas characters and make some new friends. Jack Frost, Princess Twinkle and the residents of Christmastown excitedly prepare for Santa's arrival, however wicked Queen Glacia has a different idea, as she casts an icy curse on Jack! This winter adventure journeys to the Crystal Cave, through the moonlit forest and into the lavish Royal Palace meeting good-natured goblins, troublesome trolls and magical puppets along the way. Will Jack and his friends save Christmas before Santa arrives?
A big, brilliant, fun-filled festive extravaganza with songs, snow and of course Santa. Bringing this brand new spectacular to life are some of the best-loved names in pre-school television including CBeebies' Andy Day, Katy Ashworth and Cat Sandion, along with Jen Pringle from Milkshake! As well as top children's presenters Naomi Wilkinson and Dave Benson Phillips.
Join Katie as she returns to her childhood home on Lullaby Lane in search of forgotten friends, much-loved toys and the special gift of music-making her dad gave her. As Katie's childhood memories come to life, we meet her neighbours who lived behind the brightly coloured doors on her street. There's Sami and her tasty cakes, gardener Jasmine with her delicious fruit and the madcap, magical inventor, Isaac. Pulsating with the energy of a music festival, this charming show uses song to explore friendship, community and dancing feet! Singer-songwriter Fran Wyburn performs an irresistible, melodic score overflowing with delightful songs. Lullaby Lane provides a great introduction for children to experience an array of string instruments, including banjo, harp, ukulele and guitar. Lullaby Lane is a unique theatrical experience, mixing the vibe of a music gig with the intimacy and magic of theatre.
Old Mother Hubbard went to the cupboard to fetch her poor dog a bone, but when she got there, the cupboard was bare...or was it? A dotty old woman takes you on a nursery rhyme journey as she clatters about in her kitchen and her dancing dog sniffs out trouble in the most unlikely places.
Garlic Theatre will delight children and adults alike with a spicy blend of slapstick and folk humour in this fresh and funny adaptation of the well known nursery rhyme. Watch out for well crafted glove puppets, singing teapots and a feast of musical treats. Duration 45mins. Age 3+
Step inside the small world of Mimika's white canvas dome and into a beautiful, intimate environment. Meet five characters: a bug, a young goose, a fox cub, a cat and a six year old girl and watch their interweaving stories unfold. Using intricately crafted miniature sets, digital animation and puppetry, Mimika create a spellbinding theatre experience for audiences of all ages. Age 5-11 years
A rhyming story that involves children and adults from the very start. When a tiny snail decides she wants to travel the world, she writes her request on a rock. A blue whale comes to her rescue and together they travel the world. But when the whale becomes stranded, it is his tiny friend who fetches help. Age 3-8
Running time: 50mins. Age recommendation 4-10. Running time: 45mins (no interval)
With endless meals to prepare, a never ending pile of dishes to wash - not to mention the huge mirror that needs polishing morning, noon and night - life's never easy for the royal servants downstairs at the palace. And why does the Queen keep asking for more apples?
Djanogly Theatre. Part of Wheee! Children's Festival/Neat 16
This beautiful piece of mini dance theatre from Norway has been created to appeal to our youngest audiences. Set inside a white dome children and their carers will become involved in a play without words where gorgeous sculptural objects, sounds and beautiful costumes are the stimulus for a truly magical experience.
Djanogly Theatre. Part of Wheee! Children's Festival