Interview: Laura Boone and Liv Frazer Talk New Show “Cupid’s Arrow”

It’s always interesting to see how creative teams can revamp or repurpose classic Fairytales to comment on the here and now, and thanks to Laura Boone and Liv Frazer, a new fairytale-focused show is arriving at the Camden Fringe next week. “Cupid’s Arrow” takes well known fairytales and explores the relationships - bad and good... Continue Reading →

Review: No Water in the Jungle

Wednesday 7th August 2019 at Archway Methodist Church, London. ⭐️⭐️⭐️ It hasn’t rained in months and the animals in the Jungle are suffering. No rain means no water to drink, no water to wash with and no water to splash about in. It means selfishness creeping in and sharing begrudgingly. It means a plan is... Continue Reading →

Snow Queen: A Very Hip & Slightly Dark Tale for Children!

Friday 28th September 2018 at York Theatre Royal. ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ Tutti Frutti Productions are offering up something quite unique in contemporary Children’s Theatre at the moment. Mike Kenny’s adaptation of the Snow Queen takes to the stage as a lovely combination of a classic child-friendly tale of bouncy adventure, family and friendship and something quite dark... Continue Reading →

Dinosaur Zoo: Enchanting Puppetry for Children

Nottingham Playhouse, Sunday 28th August, 2016. ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ I took my four year old nephew to see this show and he LOVED it. The success of course emanates from the beautiful and gigantic dinosaur puppets which tower above those in the front row. Although set up as a zoo meet-and-greet-the-animals, with lots of interesting information provided,... Continue Reading →

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