Theatre |
19th December 2017 – 31st December 2017

Join us this Christmas for a bold and highly theatrical re-telling of the well-known classic tale packed with music, dance and song.

A small figure sets off, with red cloak and hood
to grandmas they go, the other side of the woods

Do not stop to smell the flowers, or sing to the birds
or climb a tall tree, remember these words…

Do not leave the path, for you’d make a tasty treat!
For the hungriest wolf of all, who is ready to eat!

The production explores the thrill of adventure and unknown versus the safety and familiarity of the path and how irresistible straying can be, as well as the tension between mankind and nature. Are the wolves really the villains in a world where the woodcutter is destroying the forest? And is Grandma the trophy hunter really sick?

“Perfectly formed… recaptures the art of sharing folktales by the fireside” –  The Stage

“A witty and intelligent production that engages adult and child alike”The Reviews Hub

“Handing out biscuits at the end which the Grandma had made gave it a real festive vibe” North West End

A Unity, Action Transport Theatre production in association with Z-arts


Tue 19 – 2pm
Wed 20 – 2pm
Thu 21 – 10.30am & 2pm
Fri 22 – 10.30am & 2pm
Sat 23 – 10.30am & 2pm
Sun 24 – 10.30am & 2pm

Tue 26 – 2pm
Wed 27 – 2pm (BSL show)
Thu 28 – 2pm
Fri 29 – 10.30am & 2pm
Sat 30 – 10.30am & 2pm
Sun 31 – 10.30am & 2pm


19th December 2017 – 31st December 2017

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