• The Three Little Pigs

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    Easter & Autumn 2017

    From the award-winning writers of Mary Poppins and Honk!, Stiles and Drewe, comes a brand new adaptation of this classic fairy tale.
    The Three Little Pigs set off into the big wide world to seek their fortune but news soon spreads of a Big Bad Wolf on the loose! Will their houses of straw, twigs and bricks be left standing or will the wolf huff and puff and blow them all down?
    The Three Little Pigs teaches little ones how success can be achieved through hard work and perseverance. Filled with humour and toe tapping tunes, this endearing musical will leave you squealing with glee and howling with laughter! Suitable for ages 3+ but will appeal to all the family.

    TOUR DATES

    5 April 2017 Gainsborough Trinity Arts Centre Book
    6 April 2017 Stamford Stamford Arts Centre Book
    7 April 2017 Grantham Guildhall Arts Centre Book
    8 April 2017 Camberley Camberley Theatre Book
    9 April 2017 Didcot Civic Hall Book
    11 April 2017 Swindon Swindon Arts Centre Book
    12 April 2017 Grays Thameside Theatre Book
    13 April 2017 Rotherham Civic Theatre Book
    14 April 2017 Bridlington Spa Theatre Book
    15 April 2017 Boston Blackfriars Arts Centre Book
    16 April 2017 Hunstanton Princess Theatre Book
    17 April 2017 Kettering Lighthouse Theatre Book
    18 April 2017 Monmouth Blake Theatre Book
  • The Railway Children

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    Easter & Autumn 2016

    E. Nesbit’s well-loved tale is brought to life in this new adaptation by Woolford and John. Roberta, Peter and Phyllis live in a comfortable house in London until their father, who works for the government, is falsely accused of selling state secrets and is imprisoned for five years. The children and their mother have no choice but to leave their home and move to a quiet little cottage next to a railway in Oakworth, Yorkshire. They quickly make friends with the Station Master, Mr Perks, and an Old Gentleman who waves every day from his carriage on the 9:15 to London. This unlikely friendship proves to be a very fortunate one and could be key to the release of their Father… A beautiful blend of storytelling, drama, comedy and musical theatre, this really is the perfect way to make literature come alive for all the family.

  • Peter Pan

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    Easter 2014 & Autumn 2015

    Second star to the right and straight on ’til morning! A spectacular musical adaptation of the timeless tale about the boy who never grows up. Let your imagination take you to Neverland with Peter and Wendy meeting Lost Boys, Indians and the villainous Captain Hook – not forgetting his silly sidekick Smee! A very popular production told with enchanting songs, plenty of fun & laughter and a good sprinkling of fairy dust.

  • Pinocchio

    pinocchio_mainAutumn 2014 & Easter 2015

    Geppetto longs for a son of his own and so carves a puppet boy named Pinocchio who is magically brought to life by a beautiful Fairy. To become a real boy, Pinocchio must first prove he is brave, kind and true and so sets off on an epic journey. Will Pinocchio make the right choices and be good? Or will he be tempted to do wrong by a mischievous Fox and Cat or the evil Puppet Master? Featuring catchy songs, stunning scenery and costumes and spectacular ultra violet glow-in-the-dark puppetry, this show is a real treat for all the family.