A re-imagining of the traditional tale told with music and puppetry.
Living close by a forest, Hansel & Gretel are typical children. Often hungry, always wanting to play, colouring in their simple lives with vivid imaginations. The forest is their playground and their friend.
But when they wake up alone in the forest at midnight, things feel very different...
The witch. Of course, the witch. But not all witches seek to harm.
Tour dates December 2016
Zion Community Space Bishopworth Road, BS13 7JW
3rd Dec at 6pm
4th Dec at 11am
for Trinity School
for Cheddar Grove School
Market Walk, Keynsham, BS31 1FS
17th Dec at
10am, 12 noon and 2pm
for families attending the school
6th Jan at 3.30pm
Redcatch Community Centre
Redcatch Rd, Knowle, BS4 2EP
7th Jan at 2.30pm
Whilst we had no frights in our show, we were telling a story of two children who are left unaccompanied to find their own way to safety. We were very aware that for many children this is a reality, not a story.
Therefore, we sold heart-felt badges at our performances and raised £117.10 for the charity Calais Refugee Solidarity Bristol.
Thankyou to our audiences for their generosity.
St Peter's Primary
Ellfield Close, Bishopsworth
21st Jan at 2pm
22nd Jan at 12noon
Bikeshed Theatre, Exeter
Part of the From Devon With Love Festival
Breach Rd, Bedminster, BS3 3ET
Tour dates January 2017
Princess Victoria Street, BS8 4BX
14th Jan at 6.30pm
Knowle West Children's Centre
Leinster Avenue, Knowle West
Church Street, Radstock, BA3 3QG
Bristol Road, BS14 0PT