Teatro Vivo

The Hunters Grimm

  • Price:
    £13 - £15
  • Duration:
    1 hour, 45 mins
Overview

Dare you hunt out a life-saving story?

The famous Brothers Grimm need your help. They need stories, more stories than they can gather themselves. You must search the dark streets of Stratford for new tales, where you may come across an anarchic frog, comfort a desperate prince, dance with the musicians of Bremen and participate in an adventure to cure nightmares. Along the way you’ll hear stories of love, death, poverty, longing and sausages.

The Hunters Grimm is a walkabout play by Teatro Vivo inspired by the tales of the Brothers Grimm - for the brave and curious only!

All hunters are requested to wear a stout pair of boots and clothes suited to the climate for who knows where these stories will take us...

This performance is for all ages, but we encourage children and young people to come along to the family friendly Saturday matinee.


It’s a show that brings a smile to the face as it celebrates the power of storytelling.

The Guardian

Funded by Cockayne - Grants for the Arts

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There are performances of this show for schools

Useful to know

The Hunters Grimm is a promenade performance that does not take place in our building, and audience members are required to walk/stand around Stratford. If you have any access requirements or would like to discuss anything further, please call our box office on 020 8279 1080.

Planning your visit
To make your trip an enjoyable experience we've put together some handy information to make planning easy.

Latecomers
The show begins in our building, and latecomers will be allowed up to 10 minutes into the play. As this is a promenade performance, after 10 minutes the group will have moved on from the building and latecomers will not be able to join them.

The small print
Tickets are sold subject to our standard terms and conditions of sale.

Dates & Tickets
  • Thu 30 May 20197:00pm
  • Fri 31 May 20197:00pm
  • Sat 1 June 20192:00pmSuitable for Families
  • Sat 1 June 20197:00pm