Little Red Riding Hood / Yr Hugan Fach Goch

Visiting her beloved Granny on her own for the first time, Little Red Riding Hood rushes through the woods. A chance meeting with the hungry Wolf makes her realise she’s missing all the beauty in her surroundings. She slows down and weaves her way to Granny’s picking flowers as she goes. It’s taken such a long time to get there, will she be too late?

Full of charm, songs and fun, this new version of the classic tale is the perfect Christmas treat for children aged 3 – 6 and their families.

Let Me Look At You

"WHAT’S SO FUNNY ABOUT BEING GAY? LET ME LOOK AT YOU.”

Hilarious and touching. Stand-up meets solo theatre. Grounded in history and battered by camp, a 50-something gay man shares his misadventures while quietly having a nervous breakdown. A funny and thoughtful look at the 50th anniversary of the decriminalization of homosexuality in the UK. Celebrated for their combined talents, writer Godfrey Hamilton and performer Mark Pinkosh present their latest collaboration.

Fel Anifail

"OS CYRHAEDDWCH CHI YNO O ‘MLAEN I – OS YDI’R FFASIWN LE YN BOD! - OS YDACH CHI’N DDIGON LWCUS I LANDIO YNO O GWBWL – COFIWCH CHI DDWEUD WRTH FO MA’ NID ARNA’I OEDD Y BAI.”

Mags

Mags follows the life of one incredible woman. Join her as she explores human connections and questions the complex role of care in society today. As the nuclear family and traditional community structures break down, just how are we taking care of each other?

Tom Thumb

Outwitting his parents and the ogre, Tom shows everybody that even though he is small he is still mighty as he protects his brothers, fi nds the treasure and makes sure they’ll never be hungry again. Performed entirely on and under a kitchen table this wee wonder of a show is full of Lyngo magic with feathery spinning birds, a fl ying house and a portable forest. CBeebies star Patrick Lynch brings this classic story to life in a playful and fascinating show.

 

Education, Education, Education

It’s May 1997. Tony Blair has won the election and Katrina and the Waves have won Eurovision. Britain is the coolest place in the world. At the local secondary school it’s a different story. Miss Belltop- Doyle can’t control her year 10s, Mr Pashley has been put in charge of a confiscated tamagotchi and Miss Turner is hoping that this muck-up day goes smoother than the last. Tobias, the German language assistant, watches on. Things can only get better.

Tremor

THIS IS THE PERSON I AM NOW. IT’S THE PERSON I WANT TO BE, SHOULD HAVE BEEN FOR A LONG TIME. WE GOT DARK, SOPHIE. THINGS GOT DARK, AND I… I’M BETTER NOW. I’M IN A BETTER PLACE.”

Once our lives are touched by tragedy, can we ever truly move on? Sophie and Tom’s relationship fell apart in the aftermath of a catastrophe. Four years on and as they come face to face once again, the aftershocks of that fateful day can still be felt.

The Flying Bedroom

"ELINOR’S BEDROOM LOOKS ORDINARY BUT IT ISN’T. WHEN ELINOR IS ASLEEP, HER BEDROOM CAN FLY.”

Join Elinor and her bedroom on an adventure to far off lands, under the sea and outer space. Discover new friends, battling pirates and hapless astronauts. A fun and inspiring journey where Elinor discovers her own self-confidence and creativity.

Little Light and award-winning author Heather Dyer join forces to present this classic adventure tale through dance theatre, projection and immersive sensory experiences.

The Motherf**ker with the Hat

"I SHOT HIS HAT. DASS ALL. AND – BELIEVE ME - THE MOTHERF**KER KNEW WHAT THAT WAS ABOUT! THE PROBLEM IS, THE BULLET WENT THROUGH HIS HAT, RICKO-SHAYED OFF HIS FLOOR, BLEW OUT HIS BIG SCREEN TV, AND PUT A HOLE IN THE GUY NEXT DOOR’S APARTMENT WHO WAS HOME AT THE TIME…”

Ten Plagues

Mark Ravenhill and Conor Mitchell's award-winning AIDS polemic comes to Sherman Theatre, performed by Conor Mitchell and Matthew Cavan.

Tracing one man's journey through a city in crisis, Ten Plagues charts the great plague of 1665. Part torch song, part Schubert, this is a ground-breaking piece of music-theatre.

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