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One day whilst Girl is playing in her garden, she spots something peculiar on the other side of the fence. Climbing up as high as she can to get a better view, she is surprised when she comes face to face with... Giraffe! As their friendship grows, Girl discovers that Giraffe isn't very well. She tries everything she can to make him feel better; putting on bandages, making a cup of tea, and even baking a truly magnificent cake, but she doesn't get it quite right. Girl soon realises that Giraffe doesn't need a plaster for a graze on his arm or a scratch on his knee. Sometimes we need a different kind of plaster for the things you can't always see. Charming puppetry, an enchanting soundscape and beautiful storytelling combine in this sensitive show about love and friendship, told from a child's perspective.
Meet your favourite characters from your favourite Julia Donaldson books including Jack and the Flumflum Tree, What the Ladybird Heard, A Squash and a Squeeze, Zog and of course, The Gruffalo. Made all the more magical by a set that transforms the library to ship, to a tropical island, to a deep, dark wood, this is a very special show that families won't want to miss! Join us after the show for a book signing with Julia herself!
Following the sell-out success at the Edinburgh Fringe last year, best-selling British author Julia Donaldson brings you this enchanting show. See her stories and songs acted out with oodles of charm by a cast of five, including guitar-playing husband Malcolm.
This spectacular new production from the award-winning Metta Theatre brings Kipling's classic tale crashing into the 21st Century with breathtaking street dance and circus. Mowgli is finding her way in the urban jungle. With a beat-boxing bin man Baloo, graffiti artist Bagheera and a skateboarding Wolf crew, this heart-warming coming of age story will astonish and amaze. Choreographed by Kendra J Horsburgh (Into The Hoods, Sadler's Wells and Blaze, International Tour) and featuring jaw-dropping tricks from an extraordinary cast of performers from Zoo Nation and Cirque du Soleil, this is a show for everyone from 8 to 108.
LazyTownLive! originates from the highly successful CBBC television show that uses colourful scenery and takes a fresh approach to using music, movement and comedy in storytelling as it encourages young children to make healthy lifestyle choices. The series follows Stephanie, a young girl who moves to LazyTown and meets the colourful and wacky characters that live there. Stephanie helps Sportacus, the town’s superhero to encourage the local children to do the right thing and sticks to her motto ‘There’s always a way’.
Come and join in with Fun Palaces 2016 - a free, nationwide festival of arts, culture and sciences. Oxford Playhouse and Science Oxford are joining forces once more to bring back The Oxford Fun Palace - a fun and enlightening treat for young theatre enthusiasts. With loads of hands-on activities to try, explore the exciting world behind the scenes as you experiment with lights, sound effects, music and scenery. It's all for free, so don't miss this exciting chance to get hands-on with the science behind theatre and come and visit The Oxford Fun Palace at the BT.
Oink oink - it’s Peppa Pig! Peppa is a playful little piggy who lives with her younger brother George, Mummy Pig and Daddy Pig. Through everyday adventures she plays games, makes new friends and enjoys her absolute favourite activity - jumping up and down in muddy puddles!
It's a lovely day and Peppa is playing outside with her friends. Mummy Pig and Daddy Pig have got a surprise for her and her younger brother George but no matter how hard they try, they cannot guess what it is. In Peppa Pig's Surprise audiences will enjoy interactive fun, games and, of course, surprises. This charming, colourful new show fea-tures new songs and new life-size puppets. Peppa Pig's Surprise promises to be the perfect theatre show for all pre-schoolers.
It's 1929, and Wendy and the Lost Boys have all grown up when strange dreams begin to seep out of Neverland. Pirates and mermaids, war paint and crocodiles - the dreams tell them that something must be wrong, and their friend Peter Pan needs their help. So Wendy and the Lost Boys put on their children's clothes and, armed only with fairy dust, fly back to Neverland for one last adventure.
It's not always easy making friends, especially when you live in a lighthouse surrounded by dangerous rocks, towering waves and troublemaking seagulls. An exciting opportunity for a tea party with a friend arises when the supply boat comes, but the lighthouse keeper's nervousness turns what could have been a delight into a disaster. Is it just a storm in a teacup? It is only when a storm blows in and real disaster looms that he can find the courage to save the day and rebuild his friendship.