|May 28, 2011||to||June 1, 2011|
|June 1, 2011||to||July 10, 2011|
The Magician’s Daughter is a brand new play that’s an ideal way to introduce 3-6 year olds to Shakespeare.
In this gentle and humorous story, grown-up Miranda tells her daughter about that faraway time when she lived on a magical island with her father Prospero.
Using Little Angel’s trademark blend of puppetry and song, Miranda’s daughter discovers for herself Ariel, Caliban and the “isle full of noises” where her mother lived long ago. The Magician’s Daughter follows a successful version of Tempest for ages 7 and up.
This gentle 40 minute play is directed by Peter Glanville and is produced in association with the Royal Shakespeare Company. It runs from 28 May to 10 July with its press showing on 4 June at 3.30pm
The Magician’s Daughter is entirely suitable for ages 3-6 but please note that children younger than 3 will only be admitted to Baby Friendly performances (Sunday mornings at 11 am).
28 May to 10 July
Wed: Thu: 10am/1pm // Fri: 1pm/5pm // Sat: 11am/1.30pm/3.30pm // Sun: 11am/2pm
Adult – £10
Child – £8
Friday 5pm – all tickets £5
Preview performances – £5 on 28 & 29 May