We’ve established a great relationship with the lovely team at Little Angel Theatre in Islington, and wanted to share their upcoming shows with you.
Having seen a good handful of their shows now we are always keen to promote children’s theatre – we particularly enjoy their use of puppetry in their performances and the children we’ve taken to see these shows have been absolutely captivated. They just know how to do it! Click through to their website to watch clips of each show – they’re bound to get to interested in attending!
There’s a lot happening over the next few months & on into summer, so without further ado…
Prince Charming – a brand new musical about the pressures of being a knight in swing armour, co-produced with Perth Theatre at Horsecross Arts. Aimed at children aged 6-11. Running dates – Fri 8 February – Sun 7 April 2019. Find out more and book tickets here.
The Flying Bath – an adaptation of the much-loved book by Julia Donaldson and illustrated by David Roberts. Aimed at aged 2-5.
Running dates – Fri 1 March – Sat 20 April 2019. Find out more and book tickets here.
The Slightly Annoying Elephant – an an adaptation of the hilarious book written by David Williams and illustrated by Tony Ross. Aimed at ages 3-8.
Running dates – Fri 10 May – Sun 4 August 2019. Find out more and book tickets here.
Suffrajitsu, the untold story of the martial artists who helped women win the vote, co-produced with Horse +Bamboo Theatre. Aimed at ages 7-11.
Running dates – Thurs 23 May – Sat 13 July 2019. Find out more and book tickets here.
Shows returning to Little Angel Theatre
The Journey Home, an adaptation of Frann Preston-Gannon’s powerful book. Aimed at children aged 5-11.
Running dates – Wed 24 April – Sun 5 May 2019. Find out more and book tickets here.
Little Angel by the Sea, an Interactive Punch and Judy experience at the Studios, aimed at children aged 3-8 years old.
Running dates – Fri 5 July – Sun 11 August 2019. Find out more and book tickets here.
Have you seen any of the productions by Little Angel Theatre?