Time for bed. Tuck yourself in. This is where Robyn’s story begins. How can they expect her to sleep at a time like this? She takes a book and starts to read. But she can’t relate to Red Riding Hood, sugar and spice and all things nice. There are two sides to every tale, and that is not how this one goes! What if the Big Bad Wolf wasn’t big or bad at all? What if they got it wrong?
Enjoy a new spin on this classic story – about two misfits who just want to fit in.
Written by Jon Barton
Get crafty here over the Easter weekend
With an eggs-cellent free craft session from 12pm – 3pm on Saturday 31st March, kids can get involved in making their own Red Riding Hood and the Wolf inspired finger puppet and Easter themed art, then take part in a Stratford-wide Easter egg hunt! No need to book, just turn up and have fun.
Cheery rhyming verse invites us to see both sides of the story… [And] a new and charming way of introducing an old story to a fresh audience.Time Out
A radical, Roald Dahl-inspired retelling. Imaginative, ingenious.Children’s Theatre Reviews