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Archive for December, 2016

CHILDREN’S THEATRE MAGAZINE: JANUARY 2017 Read it here at www.childrenstheatremagazine.co.uk
By 29th December 2016 0 Comments Read More →

CHILDREN’S THEATRE MAGAZINE: JANUARY 2017 Read it here at www.childrenstheatremagazine.co.uk

Children’s Theatre Magazine is an online monthly publication.  If you’d like to subscribe email childrenstheatremagazine@hotmail.com More at www.childrenstheatremagazine.co.uk Follow us on Twitter and Facebook The magazine can also be read here: http://content.yudu.com/Library/A4206e/ChildrensTheatreMaga/resources/index.htm?referrerUrl=http%3A%2F%2Ffree.yudu.com%2Fitem%2Fdetails%2F3876204%2FChildren-s-Theatre-Magazine-January-2017  

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CHILDREN’S THEATRE MAGAZINE REVIEW: Robin hits the target in Greg Bank’s modern day take on the Merry Men of Sherwood Forest
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CHILDREN’S THEATRE MAGAZINE REVIEW: Robin hits the target in Greg Bank’s modern day take on the Merry Men of Sherwood Forest

Robin Hood. egg Theatre, Bath Liberation day is coming sing the outlaws in Greg Banks’s urban toned muscular production of Robin Hood. Four modern day homeless people sit around a fire lit in an old dustbin complaining about their lot before re-telling the story of the Sherwood Forest Medieval socialist who robs from the rich […]

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CHILDREN’S THEATRE MAGAZINE REVIEW: Traditional pantomime has plenty of sparkle and local references in the jokes – but not enough sweets
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CHILDREN’S THEATRE MAGAZINE REVIEW: Traditional pantomime has plenty of sparkle and local references in the jokes – but not enough sweets

 Aladdin. Theatre Royal Bath A sparkling finale from a production that is kind hearted to the core and delivers beautifully choreographed dancing and musical set pieces with the fabulous vocals of Loula Geater as the Slave to the Ring lighting up the Main House. Michael Gattrell’s Aladdin is a buoyant, bubbling, good natured traditional pantomime […]

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CHILDREN’S THEATRE MAGAZINE What’s on in London in January 2017
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CHILDREN’S THEATRE MAGAZINE What’s on in London in January 2017

(Scroll down for last month) LONDON Arcola Theatre 24 Ashwin Street, London E8 3DL. Box Office: +44 (0)20 7503 1646. www.arcolatheatre.com THE CHERRY ORCHARD 15 Feb-25 Mar 2017. Age: 11+ • VARIOUS PERFORMANCE TIMES. £10/£19 • Madame Ranevsky has come home to her family estate, and the cherry orchard is just as glorious as ever. […]

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CHILDREN’S THEATRE MAGAZINE REVIEW: Around the World in 80 Days – Ambitious production nearly makes the grade but puts the Taunton Brewhouse back on the creative map
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CHILDREN’S THEATRE MAGAZINE REVIEW: Around the World in 80 Days – Ambitious production nearly makes the grade but puts the Taunton Brewhouse back on the creative map

Around The World in 80 Days. Brewhouse Theatre, Taunton. Like any long journey, Tim Clayton’s Around the World in 80 Days trundles along with periods of flatness interspersed with moments of high interest. Moments you remember like the circus, the elephant journey and the Parisian night club rather than some of muddled scene changes in […]

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CHILDREN’S THEATRE MAGAZINE IN JANUARY: Oily Cart goes on tour, round-up of Christmas shows and pantomimes, gossip and news, reviews and views, Flossie’s London reviews and so much more…
By 19th December 2016 0 Comments Read More →

CHILDREN’S THEATRE MAGAZINE IN JANUARY: Oily Cart goes on tour, round-up of Christmas shows and pantomimes, gossip and news, reviews and views, Flossie’s London reviews and so much more…

  Out in January is the latest issue of Children’s Theatre Magazine. Reviews, news, views, features and listings of the productions in early 2017. www.childrenstheatremagazine.co.uk Follow us on FaceBook and Twitter – and send in your news, listings and stories to childrenstheatremagazine@hotmail.com

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CHILDREN’S THEATRE MAGAZINE – The strange social divide between audiences of two neighbouring shows – but are the messages the same?
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CHILDREN’S THEATRE MAGAZINE – The strange social divide between audiences of two neighbouring shows – but are the messages the same?

Children’s Theatre Magazine Blog: Harry Mottram visits the theatre that pitches two shows that play to two socially diverse audiences Two plays, two spaces, one address, one city. The Theatre Royal Bath features two contrasting shows this winter. In the Main House at saw Close is the pantomime version of the story of Aladdin complete […]

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By 14th December 2016 0 Comments Read More →

CHILDREN’S THEATRE MAGAZINE – Interview with Lee Lyford, director of the Snow Queen at the Bristol Old Vic

Children’s Theatre Magazine spoke to Lee Lyford, the artistic director of The Snow Queen at the Bristol Old Vic this season. There’s a review and a full feature in the current issue at www.childrenstheatremagazine.co.uk Follow us on Twitter and Facebook.

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CHILDREN’S THEATRE MAGAZINE – What’s on in January in Ireland?
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CHILDREN’S THEATRE MAGAZINE – What’s on in January in Ireland?

  Ireland – North and South Derry/Londonderry Waterside Theatre. Glendermott Road. BT47 6BG. Telephone: +44 (0) 2871 31 4000. info@watersidetheatre.com; www.watersidetheatre.com Shark in the Park February 10, 2017. Age: 3+ From the team behind the Hairy Maclary show, come see all three of Nick Sharratt’s Shark in the Park books live on stage, Shark in […]

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CHILDREN’S THEATRE MAGAZINE IN JANUARY 2017
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CHILDREN’S THEATRE MAGAZINE IN JANUARY 2017

What’s in next month’s Children’s Theatre Magazine? Oily Cart set sail on a national tour with In a Pickle, we interview their artistic director on what makes him tick. We have reviews of many of the big (and small) Christmas shows as well as news, views and previews, World War 1 and Children’s Theatre, Flossie’s […]

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