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WIN A PAIR OF TICKETS TO THE PAPER DOLLS AT LITTLE ANGEL THEATRE!

From the 18th April to 28th June Little Angel Theatre and Polka Theatre‘s production of The Paper Dolls will be playing at the Little Angel Theatre. The play is based upon the book by Julia Donaldson, follows the story of a little girl who makes herself a string of paper dolls. They then go on to have magical and exciting adventures together!

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The Jabberwocky @ The Little Angel Review

We’re all familiar with the well known tale of Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland, from lavish tea parties, to talking chess pieces, but what of it’s sequel, Through the Looking Glass, And What Alice Found There? Written by influential author, Lewis Carroll in 1871, the narrative follows Alice as she once again escapes to an unknown world populated by an array of fantastical creatures. But whilst on her travels, she discovers a book… The Jabberwocky… but what does it say? What does it mean?

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We’re going on a Bear Hunt @ The Little Angel Theatre Review

Fancy wading your way through a wild and treacherous expanse of grass? Swimming your way through ice cold and torrential currents? Creeping your way through dark and mysterious forests and battling your way through perilous sub zero blizzards? Well if that sounds like the perfect holiday for you, then look no further as the much loved classic, We’re going on a Bear Hunt tours this Autumn!

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Pinocchio @ Little Angel Theatre Review

Did you know that whenever you tell a lie, your nose grows longer? Ok, so that may not necessarily be the case but I can guarantee that you went around thinking that after watching Walt Disney’s 1940s version of the much loved Italian classic, Pinocchio. The well known tale of an inventor, Geppetto, creating his greatest invention, a puppet that aspires to become a real boy, is adapted for the Little Angel Theatre Stage.

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Fireside Tales With Granddad @ Little Angel Theatre Review

Fireside Tales with Granddad is a fantastic production for children of all ages, with its relatable concept and humorous audience interactions. This is the perfect play for all families to enjoy together – especially if you have particularly loud children!

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Dogs Don’t Do Ballet @ The Bowler Hat (City of London Festival)

Dogs Don’t Do Ballet is a charming tale of a young girl, Anna, and her dog, Biff, who longs to be a ballet dancer, but is constantly told “Dogs don’t do Ballet!”. The production is based on the book ‘Dogs Don’t Do Ballet’ which is written by Anna Kemp and cheerily illustrated by Sara Ogilvie. Dogs Don’t Do Ballet is a Little Angel production, directed by David Duffy and performed by Ronnie Le Drew and Andrea Sadler. I saw this show at The Bowler Hat, a pop up venue in Paternoster Square near St Paul’s Cathedral which was surprisingly spacious and comfortable on a hot London day.

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Alice @ The Little Angel Theatre

“It’s the most curious thing I’ve ever seen in my life!” Poppy Burton-Morgan’s production of Alice, adapted from the much beloved book Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland by Lewis Carroll, really was one of the more curious plays I have set out to see, but how can you possibly recreate Carroll’s amazing world without being curious yourself? The pure imagination, creativity and skill that went into piecing together this performance was worthy of Carroll himself, and had the feel as if it had all just slipped off the page and onto the stage.

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Jungle Book @ Little Angel Theatre Review

It didn’t take long for me to be completely immersed in this creative storytelling production of the familiar tale of the Jungle Book. It is a puppetry and shadow theatre show by Indigo Moon Theatre aimed at children and families and indeed whilst I was watching, I shamelessly went back to being a child, giggling and in awe of the tricks, the puppets and the colours.

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Skitterbang Island @ The Little Angel Theatre Review

The worlds of treasure troves and sailing ships are usually assigned to the likes of swashbuckling pirates in pursuit of new undiscovered lands and wealth; chronicled into the pages of many fictionalised tales, characters find themselves pre-occupied with the many arduous adventures and quests that stand in their way. For one young protagonist, however, this becomes an unexpected reality as she finds herself lost at sea…

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