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Red Riding Hood is on her way to Grandma's house but she needs to navigate the forest first. Luckily she has the members of the FairyTaleLand Amateur Dramatics Society to help her along the way!
Let Hunty the Huntsman, resident Director of the Drama Society, guide the children through this truly interactive show where the audience become the scenery!
This production supports the National Curriculum study of Traditional Tales as well as Literacy, Numeracy & PSHE.
There is a maximum audience size of 90 for this production to ensure that all children are involved fully.
If, for any reason, we are unable to visit in person we have a high-quality filmed version of the show that can be streamed.
"Great interactive play which the children loved.
The acting was brilliant and the children thought it was hilarious.
Costumes/props/sets were well made and did the job perfectly.
Sarah Tristram, Medlock Valley
Take a look at the trailer for "Little Red Riding Hood"...
"The play and actors were really engaging and informative - really funny too for the children.
Props/costumes/set all excellent.
The detailed stories and character portrayals really fed into our curriculum.
Staff were punctual, professional and really approachable - excellent behaviour management.
The pupils and staff really enjoyed! Thank you."
Jenny Lawrie, Gilberdyke Primary School
"Excellent props, set, costumes with lots of interaction.
Great content developing language and understanding of story structure.
The acting was amazing!!
Length of show was appropriate as it was so interactive."
Michelle Mepherson, Caldmore Primary Academy
"Very good play with great enthusiasm.
Good value for money and you guys were very punctual.
The third different company we have tried and the best so far!"
Daniel Britton, Southville Junior School
"The actors were fantastic and all of the children and adults were engaged throughout.
Children found the performance/workshop very funny and enjoyable.
One child even said 'this is the best day ever!'
The set and costumes were wonderful and effective in portraying the characters and scenery.
This has linked directly to our topic on Fairy Tales and the content and discussion surrounding the good/bad characters was relevant to their learning.
Thank you for everything and we hope to see you again soon."
Rachel Clarke, Grove School