'Fun and energetic'
first adjectives which came into my critical mind
when the curtain fell on this musical version of the
children's classic were brilliant and delightful. So
I turned to my ten year old grandson, Jesse, for a
more up-to-date appraisal and he came up with 'cool
and energetic' which I think can be classed as the
ideal Christmas show for youngsters and their
parents getting a little bored with the
never-changing Panto routines '
Richmond and Twickenham Times
Itís Christmas time when the most
surprising things can happen. The Famous Five come
alive, set sail and go adventuring once more! There
are castles to explore, dungeons to escape, baddies
to beat, treasure to find and lashings of ginger
beer to be drunk. Join Julian, Dick, George, Anne
and not forgetting Timmy for a ĎJolly Good Show!í
From some of the most successful
children's stories of all time Enid Blytonís
timeless characters and mysteries provide the
inspiration for a new musical adventure for children
of all ages and grown-ups too. An affectionate
reminder for anyone who has ever enjoyed the Famous
Five books and the perfect introduction for those
who havenít yet.
Filled with fun and music, a little
bit of danger... and a dog!
From the same creative
team that brought you last year's sell-out Christmas
spectacular at the Tabard Theatre, Stig of the
Dump. West-End Director Russell Labey
(Whistle Down the Wind, Chitty Chitty Bang Bang, New
Boy) returns to the Tabard with composer Leon Parris.
Tickets £16 adults
/ £13 concessions and children
Please book early
as performances do sell out.