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Dinosaur Zoo brings amazing pre-historic creatures to the stage in a unique way that is super-fun for all the family. Meet Dinosaur Zoo's newest addition, Australovenator, a carniverous theropod and the most complete carniverous dinosaur skeleton that has been discovered in Australia. Other dinosaurs range from the cutest baby dinosaurs right the way up the scale to the most ferocious giants.
An original and whimsical reinterpretation of George and the Dragon, told in a series of flashbacks by the ageing Dragon himself, and his troupe of glove puppets. Musical accompaniment is provided by the equally world-weary Damsel in Distress playing the hurdy-gurdy. Age 4+
The nursery rhyme about losing sheep.
Little Bo Peep has lost her sheep and doesn't know where to find them. Her companion Little Boy Blue is doing his best to help find the woolly runaways but he keeps falling asleep. Meanwhile, The Nursery Rhyme Man is in his kitchen baking a surprise cake for Little Bo Peep’s birthday. As he works a naughty mouse keeps stealing the ingredients. Sing along to your favourite nursery rhymes: Ten Green Bottles, Hickory Dickory Dock, The Grand Old Duke of York and many, many more. Watch them come to life before your eyes in Sea Legs Puppet Theatre’s fabulous tenth anniversary show. Featuring magnificent puppets, fantastic scenery and of course lots of music and singing. Recommended age 2-7 years
This Christmas, the Royal stage will be transformed into the mythical kingdom of Camelot for a magical new take on the legends of Merlin. Join King Arthur and the Knights of the Round Table on a fantastical adventure tale of sorcery and chivalry, peppered with heroic battles and enchanting romance. This world premiere production by Ella Hickson (Wendy and Peter, RSC) will combine exquisite storytelling with atmospheric folk music to convey the magic, mythology and wonder of the ancient Arthurian legends. An ideal Christmas treat for all the family.
Three hungry goats need to cross the river to get to the yummy green grass on the other side, but there's a problem. There is only one bridge and under that bridge lives the grumpy old troll. As the first brave goat starts to cross, a voice is heard: "Who's that trip trapping over my bridge?"
The gentle country mouse is quite happy until a cousin from the town arrives and upsets the peace and quiet of the countryside. Together, the two cousins journey to the town where all sorts of adventures take place.