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SEPTEMBER 2019–JANUARY 2020


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Opening hours 9am–5pm*

* Box office opens at 10am if there is no morning performance and closes 4pm at weekends if there is no later performance. See website for more variations.

TICKET INFO • Concessions available to: full-time students, people over 60, and those in receipt of unemployment or disability benefits. Free companion tickets are available for adults who require someone to accompany them. • All children aged one or over on the day of the performance need their own tickets. NB: For The Bed (Baby version) you also need a ticket for babies under one. • Tickets are held at box office for collection. • Tickets cannot be exchanged or refunded (unless an event is sold out and we are able to resell them). • Seating is unallocated but we ask audiences to help ushers ensure children have a good view.

ACCESS • Call box office for disability concessions and companion tickets, to book a wheelchair space or to reserve seats which are more accessible for you. • Relaxed Performances – for people who would benefit from a more relaxed environment, or are uncomfortable with sudden lighting changes or loud noises, including those with an Autistic Spectrum Condition, sensory or communication needs or a learning disability. Not available online: call box office to book. DISCOUNTS AND MEMBERSHIP • 10% off bookings for 10 or more tickets (full price performances only). • Membership benefits include priority booking and 25% off tickets (limits apply). See website for details.

Cover illustration © Quentin Blake 1984

SCHOOLS • Call box office to book for school groups. Tickets £6.50 (weekdays only).


I’m delighted to welcome you to Little Angel Theatre for another season of fantastic stories and puppetry. For the youngest audiences we’re presenting our adaptation of Sylvia Plath’s charming poem The Bed, designed for babies and toddlers under 3. In autumn we’re celebrating National Poetry Day with our Edward Lear Season, adapting Lear’s poem The Dong with a Luminous Nose in a co-production with Cubic Feet and finding out what happened to the Owl and the Pussy-cat in Julia Donaldson’s imaginative Further Adventures..., a co-production with Royal & Derngate, Northampton. We’re also welcoming back Little Angel Theatre classic We’re Going on a Bear Hunt before it heads out on tour. This Christmas, choose between an adorable little penguin in our revival of Emma Dodd’s Me… for 2–5 year olds, and a brand new festive musical from the team behind The Singing Mermaid, The Pixie and the Pudding for 4–11 year olds. As we gear up to undertake some crucial improvements to our historic building, the generosity of individuals becomes increasingly important. For every £2 we receive from box office income we need to earn another £1 through fundraising. You can support the theatre by joining our membership scheme, becoming a patron, or making a donation when you’re booking your tickets.

Finally, don’t forget to add some very important dates to your diary – our annual Summer Party will take place on Sunday 15 September and our Carol Concert will be on Thursday 19 December. I look forward to seeing you at the theatre soon.

Samantha Lane Artistic Director

Photo: Anton Artemenkov

As ever, opportunities abound for you to get involved and try out puppetry for yourself. For children and young people, our classes and youth theatres invite new members every term; for adults our ever popular Puppetry Foundation Course continues to go from strength to strength.


Illustration © Helen Oxenbury 1989


WE’RE GOING ON A BEAR HUNT

THEATRE

29 AUGUST– 8 SEPTEMBER

AIMED AT AGES 3–8

Written by Michael Rosen and Illustrated by Helen Oxenbury

Tickets £13.50 / £11.50 children & concessions All tickets £5 at 5pm on Fridays

A Little Angel Theatre production

Running time 45 minutes approx

We’re going on a bear hunt. We’re going to catch a big one. What a beautiful day! We’re not scared.

Show dates

A family go on an expedition of a lifetime – running down the grassy bank, wading through the cold river, squelching over the oozy mud, stumbling into the dark forest, then peering into a cave… what will they find there? Little Angel Theatre’s acclaimed adaptation returns to celebrate the 30th anniversary of Michael Rosen’s beloved book. Brought to life with beautiful puppets designed by Lyndie Wright and original music by Barb Jungr, this production is ideal for brave hunters and bear lovers alike. Credits Adapted by Barb Jungr and Peter Glanville Music and lyrics by Barb Jungr Directed by Peter Glanville Puppets by Lyndie Wright Set designed by Stephen Plumridge Lighting designed by David Duffy Performed by Stephanie De Whalley, Daniel Harlock, Elaine Hartley and Edward Wren Stage managed by Kate Brennan Illustrations by Helen Oxenbury This play is based on the original book We’re Going on a Bear Hunt by Michael Rosen and illustrated by Helen Oxenbury. Illustrations from the book copyright © 1989 Helen Oxenbury. By permission of Walker Books Ltd, London.

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Illustration © Quentin Blake 1984

‘Such an engaging show lights, music and wonderful stories!’ Audience Feedback


THE BED

STUDIOS

12 SEPTEMBER–6 OCTOBER

Written by Sylvia Plath A Little Angel Theatre production Most Beds are Beds for sleeping and resting, but the best Beds are much more interesting! Curl up and get comfy for a bedtime story like no other. Let us take you on a journey sprinkled with fantasy and escapism, where you will meet elephants, macaws and parakeets. Venture underwater, to the North Pole and even outer space without ever leaving the comfort of your own bed. Beds come in all shapes and sizes, from cots to king-sized, and some you might never have heard of before – see if you can discover them all along the way. This enchanting poem by Sylvia Plath, written for her own children, is brought to life in a special show for babies and toddlers. Credits Adapted and directed by Samantha Lane Music composed by Dominic Sales Puppets and props designed and made by Sophia Lovell Smith Set built by Simon Plumridge Set fabrics made by Annie James Lighting designed by Sherry Coenen Performed by Ruth Calkin Stage managed by Millie Jones

This play is based on the original book The Bed Book. Text copyright © Sylvia Plath 1984. Illustrations copyright © Quentin Blake 1984. Published by Faber & Faber. Photo: Ellie Kurttz

BABY VERSION: FOR AGE 6–18 MONTHS TODDLER VERSION: FOR AGE 18 MONTHS–3 YEARS Tickets £11 / £9 children, babies & concessions Running time 45 minutes approx. including a short play session Show dates SEPTEMBER

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Illustration Amberin by Michael Huq Fowkes


THE DONG WITH A LUMINOUS NOSE

LEAR SEASON

THEATRE

14 SEPTEMBER–10 NOVEMBER By Edward Lear

AIMED AT AGES 7–ADULT

Adapted by Peter O’Rourke A Little Angel Theatre and Cubic Feet co-production in association with Monstro Theatre

Tickets £14 / £12 children & concessions All tickets £8 for previews 14–20 Sept All tickets £5 at 5pm on Fridays All tickets £8 at 4.30pm on Sat 28 Sept and Sat 19 Oct

And those who watch at that midnight hour From Hall or Terrace, or lofty Tower, Cry, as the wild light passes along, “The Dong! The Dong! The wandering Dong through the forest goes! The Dong! The Dong! The Dong with a luminous nose! Edward is a bit of an oddball. A shy and troubled boy, he makes no effort to get on with other people. Instead he is always watching the horizon, waiting for something to happen. Then one day “the Jumblies” arrive, and his life is turned upside down… then shaken about a bit… and then a bit more! With a huge and colourful cast of abstract and figurative puppets, this absurd take on Lear’s nonsense classic explores that difficult age between being a child and becoming an adult. Brought to you by the designer/director and composer partnership behind Little Angel Theatre’s Alice in Wonderland and The Giraffe and the Pelly and Me.

Running time 1 hr 10 minutes approx Show dates OCTOBER

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See diary at back for times Relaxed Performance Saturday 26 October 2.15pm See front of brochure for more info on Relaxed Performances

Credits Adapted, directed and designed by Peter O’Rourke Music composed and sound designed by Ben Glasstone Lighting designed by David Duffy Performed by Andrea Duffy, Michael Fowkes, Ronnie Le Drew, Gilbert Taylor and Lizzie Wort


Illustration Š Charlotte Voake 2013


THE FURTHER ADVENTURES OF THE OWL AND THE PUSSY-CAT 27 SEPTEMBER –17 NOVEMBER

Written by Julia Donaldson and Illustrated by Charlotte Voake A Little Angel Theatre and Royal & Derngate, Northampton co-production The Owl and the Pussy-cat sailed away In a beautiful blue balloon. They took some jam, and a honey-roast ham, Which they ate with their runcible spoon. When their beautiful golden ring is stolen, the Owl and the Pussy-cat must travel far from the safety of the Bong-tree glade as their search for the thief leads them across the Sea, to the Chankly Bore and beyond. Find out what these two beloved characters did next and join them on a journey through a nonsensical land full of adventure. Julia Donaldson and Charlotte Voake’s sequel to Edward Lear’s classic poem is brought to life on stage for the first time with stunning puppetry, enchanting rhyme and original music.

Credits Adapted and directed by Greta Clough Set and costume designed by Kate Bunce Puppets designed by Maia Kirkman-Richards Music & Lyrics by Paul Mosely Lighting designed by David Duffy Sound designed by Martin Thompson Performed by Samuel Dutton and Cass Newby

LEAR SEASON

THEATRE

AIMED AT AGES 3–8 Tickets £13.50 / £11.50 children & concessions All tickets £8 for previews 27 Sept – 4 Oct All tickets £5 at 5pm on Fridays Running time 45 minutes approx Show dates OCTOBER

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See diary at back for times Relaxed Performance Saturday 9 November 2pm See front of brochure for more info on Relaxed Performances This play is based on the original book The Further Adventures of the Owl and the Pussy-cat Written by Julia Donaldson and illustrated by Charlotte Voake Text © Julia Donaldson 2013 Illustrations © Charlotte Voake 2013 Published by Puffin Children’s Books 2013


Illustration by Amberin Huq


THE PIXIE AND THE PUDDING 22 NOVEMBER 2019– 2 FEBRUARY 2020

A Little Angel Theatre production It’s Christmas Eve on the farm, and the chickens, pigs and cows are fast asleep. Inside the farmhouse, the fire is roaring and a delicious, steaming pudding is left out on the windowsill… When Charlie and her dad move to the farm from the city, everything seems to go wrong. Dolly the cow’s in a grump, there’s not an egg to be found, and even the cockerel has stopped crowing! If only they’d paid attention to the mysterious note left on their windowsill about a curious pixie and the pudding she likes to eat on Christmas Eve… This brand new musical brings a tale from Scandinavian folklore to life with puppetry, original music and a sprinkling of pixie magic.

THEATRE

AIMED AT AGES 4-11 Tickets £15 / £13 children & concessions Family ticket offer: £52 for 1 adult + 3 children or 2 adults + 2 children All tickets £8 for previews 22–29 Nov All tickets £5 at 5pm on Fridays Running time 50 minutes approx. Show dates DECEMBER

NOVEMBER

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See diary at back for times Relaxed Performance Saturday 14 December 2pm See front of brochure for more info on Relaxed Performances

Credits Written by Barb Jungr and Samantha Lane Directed by Samantha Lane Music and lyrics by Barb Jungr Set and costume designed by Mila Sanders Puppets designed by Lyndie Wright Lighting designed by Sherry Coenen Performed by Gilbert Taylor and Nix Wood

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Illustration by Emma Dodd

‘an ideal introduction to theatre for little people’ The Stage


ME...

STUDIOS

29 NOVEMBER 2019– 2 FEBRUARY 2020 Written by Emma Dodd A Little Angel Theatre production The world is a very big place, especially for a tiny baby penguin who is just finding her feet. The shimmering stars and glistening snow spin around our little hero, while the mountains tower high and the wind rushes to and fro. And although baby penguin may be small, her family know she’s the biggest thing of all. This early years favourite is a lovely and touching story about a parent and their love for their child by much loved children’s author Emma Dodd.

AIMED AT AGES 2–5 Tickets £13.50 / £11.50 children & concessions All tickets £5 at 5pm on Fridays Running time 40 minutes approx Show dates DECEMBER

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See diary at back for times Relaxed Performance Saturday 11 January 1pm See front of brochure for more info on Relaxed Performances

Credits Adapted and directed by Samantha Lane Puppets designed and made by Jimmy Grimes Music composed by Arran Glass Set designed by Simon Plumridge Lighting designed by David Duffy This play is based on the original book by Emma Dodd, published by Templar Books, an imprint of Bonnier Books UK. Photo: Ellie Kurttz

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BE PART OF LITTLE ANGEL THEATRE Last financial year we performed to almost 100,000 people at our venues, and in 30 towns and cities across the UK and overseas. We welcomed 920 people to our participation programmes, over 1,000 to our community programmes and delivered 167 workshops in schools. We need your help to support our artistic and community work, remain accessible to all and look after our cherished buildings.

BECOME A MEMBER

If you’re a regular booker, you could save money and support the productions you love by joining our membership scheme.

Membership £4 a month (£48 a year) • Priority booking – get first access to tickets for all our shows at least a week before they go on sale to everyone else. This usually happens twice per year. • 25% off show tickets when you book during priority booking (limits apply)

Membership Plus £6 a month (£72 a year) • Priority booking • 25% off show tickets all year round (limits apply) • Opportunities to meet the casts of selected productions To become a member visit www.littleangeltheatre.com/support-us, call box office or pick up a membership form from the theatre.


Photo: Ellie Kurttz

BECOME A PATRON

By becoming a Patron and making a regular donation either annually or monthly, you will help to shape the future of Little Angel Theatre. Your support will go towards creating our high-quality productions, developing our community engagement programmes and maintaining our buildings for future generations to enjoy.

OTHER WAYS TO SUPPORT US We are grateful for any way you can support us, big or small. Whether this is

through making a one off donation, fundraising for us by running a marathon or a bake sale, or remembering Little Angel Theatre in your will – every donation makes a difference. To find out more about supporting the theatre, visit www.littleangeltheatre. com/support-us or email magdalene@littleangeltheatre.com.


KIDS ACTIVITIES

Photo: Suzi Corker

Kids only! Children will be supervised by our experienced staff throughout the day. Please bring a packed lunch for full day workshops.

PUPPET MAKING WORKSHOP

Summer Party Parade Age 5–11 Sunday 15 September 10am–1.30pm (followed by the Summer Party Parade) Come and spend the morning of Little Angel Theatre’s annual Summer Party with us making your own animal parade puppet that will feature in our summer party parade in the afternoon! More information on the website. £30/£20 concessions

OCTOBER HOLIDAY FUN DAYS

Happy Halloween Age 6–11 Tuesday 22, Wednesday 23, Thursday 24, Friday 25 October 10am–4pm Spend the day with us making spooky, creepy and putrid puppets, and then scare your friends and family at the end of the day with your Halloween-themed creations. Come and make a different puppet each day. You can join the crew on individual days, or come along for all four for the ultimate scary puppet experience! Each day culminates in a short puppet presentation at 3.45pm. 1 day £48/£32 concessions 2 days £90/£60 concessions 3 days £126/£84 concessions 4 days £160/£106 concessions


WEEKLY CLUBS FOR CREATIVE KIDS

Photo: Suzi Corker

Photo: Pawel Gawronski

Looking for something a little more regular than just the school holidays? Try our weekly clubs.

TINY TOTS

Age 6 months – 3 years with a parent or carer Thursdays 10.30–11.30am Autumn term 26 September– 5 December 2019 Spring term 23 January–2 April 2020 Tiny Tots is Little Angel Theatre’s regular playtime for our tiniest followers. Each session has a sensory play activity and music time for younger participants and a puppet making activity to keep older children and adults entertained. Although not all of the activities during the session will be suitable for the whole age range, plenty of fun will be had by all. £68 per term for 1 child + 1 adult £52 for 1 extra sibling

SATURDAY PUPPET CLUB

Age 8–11: Saturdays 9.45–11am Age 5–7: Saturdays 11.45am–1pm Make puppets inspired by one of our shows and develop a short play for performance at the end of term. Autumn term 21 September – 30 November This term is inspired by the poetry of Edward Lear and includes a show visit to The Dong with a Luminous Nose on Saturday 21 September at 11am (instead of the usual session), followed by a Q&A. The last session will be a showcase performance to show friends and family the work participants have created over the term. Spring term 18 January – 28 March This term will be themed around Little Angel Theatre’s spring shows – to be announced. £125 per term/£85 concessions

All courses break for half term in weeks starting 21 October and 17 February.


YOUTH THEATRE SPECTRUM YOUTH THEATRE

Aimed at high-functioning teens on the autistic spectrum Age 11-18 Saturdays 2-4pm Working with professional puppetry directors and makers, youth theatre members make puppets, learn puppetry performance skills and make a show across the two terms. Autumn term 21 September–7 December This term includes show visit to The Dong with a Luminous Nose on Saturday 5 October at 4.30pm Spring term 18 January–22 March Members must also be available for production week 16–22 March (precise schedule TBC). This term includes a show visit, date TBC. Please speak to the Creative Learning team if you are interested in joining this company as places are limited. Email ellie@littleangeltheatre.com £125 per term/£85 concessions

LITTLE ANGEL YOUTH THEATRE

Age 11–18 Wednesdays 6–8pm Working with professional puppetry directors and makers, youth theatre members make puppets, learn puppetry performance skills and make a show which is performed at the end of the spring term. Autumn term 25 September–4 December This term includes a show visit to The Dong with a Luminous Nose at on Saturday 5 October at 4.30pm. Spring term 15 January–18 March Members must also be available for production week 16–22 March (precise schedule TBC). This term includes a show visit, date TBC. £125 per term/£85 concessions

All courses break for half term in weeks starting 21 October and 17 February.


Photo: Suzi Corker

SPECIAL EVENTS

SUMMER PARTY

Sunday 15 September 1–5pm Our spectacular Summer Party is coming up on 15 September. As usual, there will be a puppet parade plus lots of activities inspired by the shows and characters we have coming up this season, and the ever popular cake stall. Turn to the previous page for details of our Summer Party Parade Puppet Making Workshop. Children can spend the morning with us making a puppet that will feature in the afternoon parade.

PUPPET SPACE

A place to catch up with old friends, patch up with enemies and discuss all things puppetry related, Puppet Space is our regular, free networking event in association with Puppeteers UK. You’ll meet core members of the Little Angel Theatre team as well as other artists, performers and producers with an interest in puppetry and animation. Free tea and biscuits are provided! Visit our website for more information and future dates.

MATTHEW’S PUPPET FILM CLUB

Each month artist and puppet maker Matthew Robins hosts a film night at Little Angel Theatre. From well-known films featuring, let’s say, Gremlins or The Muppets, to more obscure films and cult rarities, there’ll be plenty of variety plus games and crafts to get involved with, snacks and a bar. Keep an eye on our website for dates and the chosen films. Tickets: £10

CHRISTMAS CAROL CONCERT

Thursday 19 December A fundraiser for our Community Engagement Programme Continue your festive celebrations at Little Angel Theatre in what is now a staple of the theatre’s Christmas calendar. Join us for a magical evening of carolling, supported by the cast and puppets from our Christmas shows. Tickets include a free drink and plenty of festive cheer!


ADULT TERMLY COURSES

Short courses also run throughout the year. Visit our website for a full list of courses for adults, from absolute beginners to seasoned professionals: littleangeltheatre.com/ creativelearning.

Designed for absolute beginners, this course is open to all those who have always wanted to have a go at puppetry but never had the opportunity to do so. Explore a variety of different puppetry forms and learn the basics of puppet manipulation and making over 10 weeks. Autumn term Mondays 7.30-9.30pm, 23 Sept – 2 Dec Tuesdays 7.30-9.30pm, 24 Sept – 3 Dec This term includes a show visit to The Dong with a Luminous Nose on Saturday 5 October at 4.30pm + Q&A. Spring term Tuesdays 7.30-9.30pm, 21 Jan–31 Mar This term includes a show visit, date TBC. £200 per term/£140 concessions Please note the same course is repeated on Mondays and Tuesdays in the autumn term and again in the spring term. All courses break for half term in weeks starting 21 October and 17 February.

Photo: Ellie Kurttz

PUPPETRY FOUNDATION COURSE


MORE FROM LITTLE ANGEL THEATRE We can run in-school training for your team on the use of puppetry in educational settings, including making, performing and storytelling. We also run training sessions at the theatre: our next workshops for teachers are 15 October 2019 and 4 February 2020. Please contact us to book an INSET session in school or find out more about our in-house training.

Photo: Ellie Kurttz

SCHOOLS / TEACHERS / EDUCATORS / YOUTH WORKERS / THERAPISTS

PUPPET HIRE

We deliver a broad range of engagement programmes, working to ensure that we reach the diverse community that we are a part of, and that our doors are open to everyone. Examples of our work include a young parents group, community crafternoons and bespoke projects partnering with local organisations – get in touch to find out more.

Did you know you can hire puppets from our archive? With a range including shadow puppets, pelham puppets and marionettes, do get in touch to see if we can help with your project – if we don’t have what you are looking for in our collection, we may be able to help with commissioning bespoke puppets. Whilst our storage is limited we are always happy to consider donations to our archive, and look to demonstrate the finest examples of puppet making through our collection.

CORPORATE TRAINING

SPACE HIRE

COMMUNITY

Drawing on our extensive puppetry training programmes, we offer tailor-made, puppetry-focused courses for businesses. Participants will discover the essential skills needed to bring puppets and objects alive, improving communication, team building and getting to know your colleagues in a whole new way. Delivered over half- or full-days; hosted at the theatre or brought to your door, this is something a bit different for your next team building session or away day. Let us inject a bit of puppetry magic into your office!

Our original theatre on Dagmar Passage can accommodate 80 people and is the perfect venue for intimate events including performances, presentations and book signings. We also have a further three studio spaces available for hire, with capacities ranging from 33 to 100. Please get in touch for information on availability, prices or to arrange a viewing. Please email info@littleangeltheatre.com or call 020 7359 8581 to speak to a member of the team for more details on any of the above.


DIARY AUGUST 2019 THU 29 FRI 30 SAT 31

Bear Hunt 2.00 Bear Hunt 10.30 / 1.30 / 3.30 Bear Hunt 10.30 / 1.30 / 3.30

SEPTEMBER 2019 SUN 1 WED 4 THU 5 FRI 6 SAT 7 SUN 8 THU 12 FRI 13 SAT 14 SUN 15 WED 18 THU 19 FRI 20 SAT 21 SUN 22 WED 25 THU 26 FRI 27 SAT 28

Bear Hunt 11.00 / 2.00 Bear Hunt 10.30 / 1.00 Bear Hunt 10.30 / 1.00 Bear Hunt 1.00 / 5.00 Bear Hunt 10.30 / 1.30 / 3.30 Bear Hunt 10.30 / 1.30 / 3.30 Bed B 9.45 Bed T 11.30 / 2.15 Bed B 9.45 Bed T 11.30 / 2.15 Dong 11.00 / 2.00 Bed B 9.45 Bed T 11.30 / 2.30 Dong 1.00 Dong 10.15 / 1.00 Bed B 9.45 Bed T 11.30 / 2.15 Dong 10.15 / 1.00 Bed B 9.45 Bed T 11.30 Dong 1.00 / 5.00 Bed B 9.45 Bed T 11.30 / 2.15 Dong 11.00 / 2.00 Bed B 9.45 Bed T 11.30 / 2.30 Dong 11.00 / 2.00 Bed B 9.45 Bed T 11.30 / 2.15 Bed B 9.45 Bed T 11.30 / 2.15 Bed B 9.45 Bed T 11.30 Owl 1.00 / 5.00 Bed B 9.45 Bed T 11.30 / 2.15 Owl 10.00 / 11.45 Dong 2.15 / 4.30 Bed B 9.45 Bed T 11.30 / 2.30

SUN 29

Owl 10.00 / 11.45 Dong 2.30 Bed B 9.45 Bed T 11.30 / 2.15

OCTOBER 2019 TUE 1 WED 2 THU 3 FRI 4

Owl 10.30 / 1.00 Dong 10.15 / 1.00 Bed B 9.45 Bed T 11.30 / 2.15 Dong 10.15 / 1.00 Bed B 9.45 Bed T 11.30 Dong 10.15 Owl 1.15 / 5.00 Bed B 9.45 Bed T 11.30 / 2.15

SAT 5

Owl 10.00 / 11.45 Dong 2.15 / 4.30 Bed B 9.45 Bed T 11.30 / 2.30

SUN 6

Owl 10.00 / 11.45 Dong 2.30 Bed B 9.45 Bed T 11.30 / 2.15

MON 7 TUE 8 WED 9

Owl 10.30 / 1.00 Owl 10.30 / 1.00 Dong 10.15 / 1.00

THU 10 FRI 11 SAT 12 SUN 13 MON 14 TUE 15 WED 16 THU 17 FRI 18 SAT 19 SUN 20 MON 21 TUE 22 WED 23 THU 24 FRI 25 SAT 26 SUN 27 MON 28 TUE 29 WED 30 THU 31

Dong 10.15 / 1.00 Owl 10.30 Dong 1.00 / 5.00 Owl 10.00 / 11.45 Dong 2.15 Owl 10.00 / 11.45 Dong 2.30 Owl 10.30 / 1.00 Owl 10.30 / 1.00 Dong 1.00 Dong 10.15 / 1.00 Dong 10.15 Owl 1.15 / 5.00 Owl 10.00 / 11.45 Dong 2.15 / 4.30 Owl 10.00 / 11.45 Dong 2.30 Owl 10.30 / 1.30 / 3.30 Owl 10.30 / 1.30 / 3.30 Dong 11.00 / 2.00 Dong 11.00 / 2.00 Dong 11.00 Owl 2.00 / 4.00 Owl 10.00 / 11.45 Dong 2.15 R Owl 10.00 / 11.45 Dong 2.30 Owl 10.30 / 1.00 Owl 10.30 / 1.00 Dong 10.15 / 1.00 Dong 10.15 / 1.00

NOVEMBER 2019 FRI 1 SAT 2 SUN 3 MON 4 TUE 5 WED 6 THU 7 FRI 8 SAT 9 SUN 10 MON 11 TUE 12 FRI 15 SAT 16 SUN 17 FRI 22 SAT 23 SUN 24 WED 27 THU 28 FRI 29 SAT 30

Owl 10.30 Dong 1.00 / 5.00 Owl 10.00 / 11.45 Dong 2.15 Owl 10.00 / 11.45 Dong 2.30 Owl 10.30 / 1.00 Owl 10.30 / 1.00 Dong 10.15 / 1.00 Dong 10.15 / 1.00 Dong 10.15 Owl 1.15 / 5.00 Owl 11.00 / 2.00 R / 4.00 Dong 11.00 / 2.00 Owl 10.30 / 1.00 Owl 10.30 / 1.00 Owl 1.00 / 5.00 Owl 11.00 / 2.00 / 4.00 Owl 11.00 / 2.00 / 4.00 Pixie 1.00 / 5.00 Pixie 11.00 / 2.00 / 4.00 Pixie 11.00 / 2.00 Pixie 10.30 / 1.00 Pixie 10.30 / 1.00 Pixie 10.30 / 1.00 / 5.00 Me 1.00 / 5.00 Pixie 2.00 / 4.00 Me 10.30 / 1.30


Black text indicates shows in the Theatre Pink text indicates shows in the Studios

DECEMBER 2019

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THU 2 FRI 3 SAT 4 SUN 5 WED 8 THU 9 FRI 10 SAT 11 SUN 12 MON 13 TUE 14 WED 15 THU 16 FRI 17 SAT 18 SUN 19 MON 20 TUE 21 WED 22 THU 23 FRI 24 SAT 25 SUN 26 MON 27 TUE 28 WED 29 THU 30 FRI 31

Pixie 11.00 / 2.00 Me 10.30 / 1.00 Pixie 10.30 / 1.00 Me 10.45 / 1.15 Pixie 10.30 / 1.00 Me 10.45 / 1.15 Pixie 10.30 / 1.00 / 5.00 Me 10.45 / 1.15 / 5.00 Pixie 11.00 / 2.00 / 4.00 Me 10.30 / 1.00 / 3.00 Pixie 11.00 / 2.00 Me 10.30 / 1.30 Pixie 10.30 / 1.00 Me 10.45 / 1.15 Pixie 10.30 / 1.00 Me 10.45 / 1.15 Pixie 10.30 / 1.00 / 5.00 Me 10.45 / 1.15 / 5.00 Pixie 11.00 / 2.00 R / 4.00 Me 10.30 / 1.00 / 3.00 Pixie 11.00 / 2.00 Me 10.30 / 1.30 Pixie 10.30 / 1.00 Me 10.45 / 1.15 Pixie 10.30 Me 10.45 / 1.15 Pixie 11.00 / 2.00 / 4.00 Me 10.30 / 1.00 / 3.00 Pixie 11.00 / 2.00 / 4.00 Me 10.30 / 1.00 / 3.00 Pixie 11.00 / 2.00 Me 10.30 / 1.30 Me 10.30 / 1.30 Pixie 11.00 / 2.00 Me 11.00 / 2.00 Pixie 11.00 / 2.00 / 4.00 Me 10.30 / 1.00 / 3.00 Pixie 11.00 / 2.00 / 4.00 Me 10.30 / 1.00 / 3.00 Pixie 11.00 / 2.00 / 4.00 Me 10.30 / 1.00 / 3.00 Pixie 11.00 / 2.00 Me 10.30 / 1.30

Pixie 11.00 / 2.00 / 4.00 Me 10.30 / 1.00 / 3.00 Pixie 11.00 / 2.00 / 4.00 Me 10.30 / 1.00 / 3.00 Pixie 11.00 / 2.00 / 4.00 Me 10.30 / 1.00 / 3.00 Pixie 11.00 / 2.00 / 4.00 Me 10.30 / 1.00 / 3.00 Pixie 10.30 / 1.00 Pixie 10.30 / 1.00 Pixie 10.30 / 1.00 / 5.00 Me 10.45 / 1.15 / 5.00 Pixie 11.00 / 2.00 / 4.00 Me 10.30 / 1.00 R / 3.00 Pixie 11.00 / 2.00 Me 10.30 / 1.30 Me 10.30 / 1.00 Me 10.30 / 1.00 Pixie 10.30 / 1.00 Pixie 10.30 / 1.00 Pixie 10.30 / 1.00 / 5.00 Me 10.45 / 1.15 / 5.00 Pixie 11.00 / 2.00 / 4.00 Me 10.30 / 1.00 / 3.00 Pixie 11.00 / 2.00 Me 10.30 / 1.30 Me 10.30 / 1.00 Me 10.30 / 1.00 Pixie 10.30 / 1.00 Pixie 10.30 / 1.00 Pixie 10.30 / 1.00 / 5.00 Me 10.45 / 1.15 / 5.00 Pixie 11.00 / 2.00 / 4.00 Me 10.30 / 1.00 / 3.00 Pixie 11.00 / 2.00 Me 10.30 / 1.30 Me 10.30 / 1.00 Me 10.30 / 1.00 Pixie 10.30 / 1.00 Pixie 10.30 / 1.00 Pixie 10.30 / 1.00 / 5.00 Me 10.45 / 1.15 / 5.00

FEBRUARY 2020 Abbreviated show titles Bear Hunt We’re Going on a Bear Hunt Bed B The Bed (babies) Bed T The Bed (toddlers) Me Me... Owl The Further Adventures of the Owl and the Pussy-cat Pixie The Pixie and the Pudding Dong The Dong with a Luminous Nose R Relaxed Performance (see p2)

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Pixie 11.00 / 2.00 / 4.00 Me 10.30 / 1.00 / 3.00 Pixie 11.00 / 2.00 Me 10.30 / 1.30

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