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Follow Mouse into the deep dark wood on a hunt for hazelnuts. Armed with just a nut map and a very vivid imagination, Mouse runs into the smirking, wheeler-dealer Fox; an eccentric, retired Woodland Air Force officer Owl; and the maraca-shaking, part animal Snake. Rather than becoming the main course of their next meal, Mouse scares them away with stories of an imaginary monster friend, but what happens when he comes face to face with the very creature he imagined? For 3-6 year olds.
British history is full of barmy people who did nasty things to each other. With blood, battles, murder and mayhem Horrible Histories - Barmy Britain explores stories from Roman, Tudor, Stuart, Georgian, Victorian and WW1 periods and features famous characters such as Henry VIII, Anne Boleyn, Guy Fawkes, Florence Nightingale and General Earl Haig. Enjoy an episode of Roman Mankychef and find out how to impress your guests with roast dormouse; is it easier to lose your heart or head to horrible Henry? Will Parliament escape gunpowder Guy? Take a peak inside Georgian Crime School, dare to dance the Tyburn jig and find out what a baby farmer did.
When the leader of the Lost Boys, the fleet-footed Peter Pan, loses his shadow during a visit to London, kind-hearted Wendy helps him re-attach it and is invited back to Neverland in return - where Tinker Bell the fairy, Princess Tiger Lily and, of course, the vengeful Captain Hook await.
In this brand new family musical SCOOBY-DOO and the MYSTERY INC. gang have been called upon to help solve an epic mystery. A trouble-making ghost is haunting the London Palladium and SHAGGY, FRED, DAPHNE, VELMA and SCOOBY-DOO are on their way, and bringing the MYSTERY MACHINE to crack this spooky and theatrical case.
SCOOBY-DOO LIVE! MUSICAL MYSTERIES will have the whole family on the edge of their seats in traditional SCOOBY-DOO fashion from the moment this fun, musical show begins.
Maybe this time the gang are in over their heads?!
When Barney, a day-dreaming, eight year old falls over the edge into a chalk pit he discovers Stig, a modern day caveman living in a rubbish dump. Thrills, excitement and fun abound as they embark on an original fantasy journey. Making use of everything to improve Stig’s home, this intriguing and touching tale is a wonderful proclamation about friendship, imagination and possibly even recycling. Written in 1963 by Clive King, Stig of the Dump has became a firm favourite amongst readers with several first reading the book in school. It was adapted for television, firstly for ITV in 1981 and later by the BBC in 2002. It continues to be read in schools to support the Literacy Curriculum and, of course, enjoyed by adults approaching it for the very first time.
A delightful adaptation of this well loved tale to introduce very young children to the world of theatre.
Features a menagerie of 75 puppets during a 60-minute show that faithfully adapts four of Eric Carle's best loved books for the stage: The Artist Who Painted a Blue Horse,Mister Seahorse, The Very Lonely Firefly and, of course, The Very Hungry Caterpillar