Review: Heartwood

A family tale that has a heart of gold rather than wood but plenty of mileage to get through which will soften yours.

Review: Jason and the Argonauts

An impressive modern take on the legend of Jason and the Golden Fleece with contemporary power and focus.

Review: Creepy Macbeth

Inventively staged version of the Scottish play.

Review: Ways to Shine

Children’s piece which unites day and night to show how cooperation should be the cornerstone of diversity

Review: Wonderland

The ingredients are there: it’s a magical idea, and just needs a quieter rationale and – to make it a great show - a few more memorable numbers. But if you care for musicals, see it for an outstanding clutch of performers and a dream of something perennial.

Review: Christopher Nibble.

"The Guinea pigs of Dandeville are munching the poor over-stretched dandelion population out of existence and heading for eco-disaster!!

Review: Seeing Stars

Here’s Tycho Brahe to lead us by his gold nose. You can never start star-gazing too young; this Rust and Stardust production is a dazzling place to start. Enchanting, informative and exhilarating in equal measure; Conlon and Sommers’ singing sets a magical seal on this star-breaking look at the universe.

Review: The Wizard of Oz

It beggars belief that on one tiny stage we can be subjected to so many scene stages so expertly handled, so many backdrops and scenery shifts, not to mention a cast of twenty-two who can all sing. This production is good enough for a larger professional stage. If you get a chance, ask for a ticket or return.

Review: Tiger in Blossom

A delightful Korean fairy tale for children that is as wonderful as it is beautifully played out

Review: The Forest

An impeccable time in a magical forest where all is experienced by all who enter

Review: Children Are Stinky

Never mind the kids! Jaw-dropping circus trick tease that had the adults crying for more.

Review: Molly Whuppie

An engaging hour or so in the company of masters in Scottish storytelling for children

Review: Opera Mouse

Opera through the eyes of a mercurial and very determined mouse.

Review: The Cat In The Hat

Standard yet enthusiastic fare of Thing One, Thing Two and a day out the rain

Review: Braveheart

Thoroughbred Story - Must-see Theatre for 5-12s

Review: Pinocchio

Join Bard & Troubadour on a truly magical journary for all ages, as Pinocchio faces scoundrels, set-backs and sea monsters on his quest to become a real boy, in this loving recreation of the classic Italian fairy tale.

Review: Comedy Club 4 Kids

Funny, warm and accessible comedy stand up for children and their parents.

Review: Persona

Clean focused reading by Bexelei Theatre's young talent of Jon Barton's new play on trolling

Review: Aladdin

Unmissable fun - a winter winner from Emporium

Review: Flight

A simply staged but physically impressive piece of family friendly theatre adapted from The Little Prince

Review: puzzle

A fantastic under 3s show that really hits their spot

Review: The Overcoat

Joyous sense of play inspired by the very imaginative mind of little Jenny.

Review: Damsels In Success

Sisters are doin' it for themselves .. including the evil step ones, presumably ...

Review: Ferdinand

Provocative and moving - everyone should see this play!

Review: The Voice Thief

Book now for this dark and compelling fairytale!

Review: Defrosted

Zany, the kids loved every minute

Review: Puss in Boots

"a lovingy crafted, unashamedly panto-style children's show"

Review: The Mermaid’s Tale

Charming and gentle stories and poetry

Review: Aesop’s Fables

Ridiculously Fun Theatre For All Ages

Review: Alice in Wonderland

Alice in Wonderland, a new spin on an old tale.

Review: Gold Stars and Dragon Marks

Theatre in education performance that effectively tackles bullying

Review: Merlin’s Dragon

An interactive children's show where children are invited to join in the search for clues, find hidden treasure, read runes, practice battle skills and weave magic spells, joining our brave heroes on their quest to restore balance to Old Earth.

Review: Duck, Death and the Tulip

A children’s show every adult should take their inner child to.

Review: Puss in Boots

All the magic of a traditional tale, with a chance to get up and help

Review: Arabian Nights

An exceptional tale told in an exceptional manner for the kids

Review: Our Teacher is a Troll

A must see for anyone with an ounce of naughtiness in them!

Review: Play Dough

An unusual topic for a kid’s show, but pulled off with pizzazz

Review: The Bee Man of Orn

" told with vigour and intelligence that completely engages adults as well as children"

Review: Dinosaur Zoo

A funny and convincing experience of a prehistoric safari for all the family.

Review: The Adventure Machine

A fun and friendly tribute to the adventure books of old where the audience get to pick what the hero does next, for children 7 and up.

Review: Brush

" heart-warming"

Review: A Dash Through Dickens

An entertaining romp through the life and works of Charles Dickens

Review: Just So!

Six actors bring the 'Just So' stories to life.

Review: Thumbelina

"beautifully crafted piece of theatre "

Review: Swamp Juice

Brilliant shadow puppetry for kids and parents.

Review: The Luck Child

A delightful tale of an evil King, a wizard, three-headed dog/cat and of course Lucky, the Luck Child.

Review: I believe in Unicorns

This children’s show was a beautifully crafted and well thought out adaptation of Michael Morpugo’s book I Believe in Unicorns.