Tag Archives: young audience

A complete guide to all the songs in The Lion King

Follow the circle of life in this roar-some family favourite via its hit tunes. Read my full London Theatre article here

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Ten Sorry Tales, Sadler’s Wells

Arthur Pita’s macabre show is Halloween fun, but lacks imaginative wonder. Read my full Telegraph review here

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See creatures come to life in West End puppet shows

From Life of Pi to Frozen and 101 Dalmatians. Read my full London Theatre article here

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Anne of Green Gables, Peacock Theatre

A plucky red-headed orphan takes centre stage in this luminous new production from London Children’s Ballet. Read my full The i Paper review here

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Book tickets to summer West End shows suitable for children

From family-friendly long-runners to new shows dedicated to young audiences. Read my full London Theatre article here

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West End shows to see this Easter

From family favourites like The Lion King to shows that deal with faith. Read my full London Theatre article here

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The Wolves of Willoughby Chase, Greenwich Theatre

With its plucky youngsters, wicked villains and wolves prowling the frosty moors, Joan Aiken’s gothic novel is a natural for theatre: rich in atmosphere and with a breathless plot. Read my full Telegraph review here

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Treasure Island, National Theatre at Home

Swaggering pirates, X marks the spot, a chattering parrot, “Yo-ho-ho and a bottle of rum”? All present and correct. But Bryony Lavery’s winning 2014 adaptation of Robert Louis Stevenson for the National, directed by Polly Findlay, also features key updates and wonderfully creative ideas, plus … Continue reading

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Rumpelstiltskin, Sadler’s Wells Digital Stage

The latest in Sadler’s Wells’ Digital Stage programme – an impressively assembled online offering to keep audiences entertained during the shutdown – is balletLORENT’s family-friendly dance-theatre production Rumpelstiltskin. It was streamed as a “matinee” on Friday afternoon, and is available to watch for free on Sadler’s Wells’ Facebook … Continue reading

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BWW Interview: Martin Fenton

The dancer discusses playing the title role in The Snowman, back at the Peacock Theatre this Christmas. Read my full BroadwayWorld article here

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