March 13, 2009

Want is going on this week end?

Filed under: Don't miss it! — neckandneckenglish @ 12:43 pm
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…CBBC Tour

Go to the studio, take a tour, visit a dressing room, make your own television programme. What else can you ask for?

For more information go to:


The show is coming to an end so if you have not seen it go now and do not miss it! This is an espectacular acrobatic show that kids will love.

TracesTraces is set to a fantastic soundtrack ranging from rock ‘n’roll to blues to hip hop, this is a thrill-a-minute show that will leave you begging for more.  It is more than just a display of acrobatic brilliance, as snippets of the performers’ real lives are revealed through film clips, narration and music. We are gradually drawn into their story, and by the final, dramatic climax of the show, the audience is on the edge of their seats, willing them to pull off the seemingly impossible.

For more information: Peacock Theatre Portugal Street, Holborn. Ticket office: 0844 412 4322. Subway: Holborn and Covent Garden.

…Baa Moo Yellow Dog

Baa Moo Yellow DogThis play describes the strange world  dreamed up by Ash, a young boy who explores his own make believe land and making lots of new friends along the way. There is wonderful music  to accompany Ash’s adventures and, with the play presented in sign language, it’s accessible to all kids.

For more information about the show:

Half Moon Young People’s Theatre, 43 White Horse Road, London E1 0ND, Administration: 020 7265 8138, Box Office: 020 7709 8900

…Horrible Histories

This is a play that engages kids into history in a fun way. In this occasion the show talks about both World Wars and its battles. It is told in two shows the ‘Frightful First World War’ and the ‘Woeful Second World War’.Firmly aimed at the kids, these shows are packed with the foulest facts, rotten rations and 3D effects.

Horrible HistoriesThe First World War story sees 13-year-old Angelica getting stuck with her history homework, she’s then sucked into her laptop and travels through five years of the war. The sequel an engaging storyline as well when young Alf and Sally are evacuated to the depths of the countryside and forced to live with new parents in Wales. It’s all wonderful fun, and if the history is occasionally of a slightly dodgy standard it’s still a great way of turning education into entertainment.

For more information: New Wimblendon Theatre, Telephone: 08700606646


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