I started going to the theatre when I was only a young child
I sat still. I was mesmerised.
Children and grown-ups will love the great shows West Yorkshire Playhouse put on, a fine and intricate balance between child-friendly but enjoyable for adults too.
First up is an adaptation of Roald Dahl’s George’s Marvellous Medicine. Curve and Rose Theatre Kingston’s production follows hero George as he contends with his grumbly Grandma. This phizz-whizzing spectacular is playing from 13 – 17 March at West Yorkshire Playhouse, so if you have Roald Dahl fans in the household, make sure you don’t miss out.
To celebrate their 20th anniversary (they’re almost as old as me…) the Teletubbies are starring in their first ever theatre show Teletubbies Live. I always found them pretty creepy, to be honest, but it should still be a good laugh for the kiddies! Created and adapted for the stage by Richard Lewis, the man responsible for the Peppa Pig Live success, it should be a great show. It’s only running on 27th and 28th March, so book online if you can.
Well done yet again to West Yorkshire Playhouse for providing a range of fantastic theatre shows for all ages.
Photography credited to Manuel Harlan