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Suitable for kids and families alike, ideal if you’re trying to introduce your kids to theatre land! Check out our reviews of family-friendly productions here.

Baddies: The Musical, Unicorn Theatre – Review

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Pros: An enjoyable, fun show.  Excellent cast and venue. Cons: Will not work if you are not familiar with the original Fairy Tales. The problem with seeing a family show on press night is that the ratio of adults to children can be a bit skewed. Happily, there were a couple of fairly large school groups attending on the night to balance out the adults and provide a noisy air of excitement. The production is perfect for this venue, but ...

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Win family tickets to The Wizard of Oz

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This is your chance to win one of two family tickets to see Immersion Theatre‘s open air adaptation of The Wizard of Oz on UK tour.  To enter simply retweet the tweet below, by 5pm on 26th June 2016 and tell us what you’d ask the Wizard. #COMPETITION: Chance to win family tickets to The Wizard of Oz on UK tour. Retweet by 5pm on 26.6.16 AND tell us what you'd ask the Wizard. — Everything Theatre (@EveryTheatre) June 20, ...

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Shakespeare Untold, Dome Studio (Brighton Festival) – Review

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Pros: An imaginative new perspective on well-known stories Cons: Risks being patronising at times In a combined production from Shakespeare’s Globe and Seabright Productions, Shakespeare Untold introduces us to the worlds of Romeo & Juliet and somewhat obscurely Titus Andronicus, through the fictitious peripheral characters of the Capulet’s party planner, and the Emperor of Rome’s head chef. At two hours long, complete with interval, Shakespeare Untold is a fringe festival exception but the audience are never restless, not even for a ...

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