Hallux Alive! is an immersive production for 7 to 11 year olds where you can join in with the fun and meet characters from medicine’s past and present to learn more about how our bodies work. Together with his brilliant assistant Nurse Nanobot, Professor Hallux has been building a body, but there’s a problem. The pair must check through every component of the body – from the brain, heart and lungs to the nails and teeth – to figure out what’s gone wrong!
London Bridges is a captivating introduction to the power of storytelling for children aged 3 to 7 years. Witness a magical combination of puppetry, song and language and meet tales and characters from across the globe. Jack Factotum is a story collector who lives on one of London’s many bridges and has collected some of the most magical stories from around the world!
Tickets must be reserved in advance via the Chickenshed Box Office.
Tel: 0208 292 9222
Typetalk: 18001 0208 292 9222
Box Office Opening Hours: Monday – Friday 10am-6pm and Saturday 10am – 5pm
Free school performances:
Monday 7 July at 1pm – Hallux Alive!
Wednesday 9 July at 10.30am – London Bridges
Wednesday 9 July at 1pm – Hallux Alive!
Thursday 10 July at 10.30pm – London Bridges
Thursday 10 July art 1pm – Hallux Alive!
Friday 11 July at 10.30am – London Bridges
Friday 11 July at 1pm – Hallux Alive
Monday 7 July at 4:30pm – London Bridges
Friday 11 July at 4:30pm – London Bridges
Sunday 13 July at 3pm – London Bridges (Festival Family Day)
Sunday 13 July at 4:30pm – London Bridges (Festival Family Day)
General public will be admitted if spare tickets are available for school performances.
For the Festival Family Day, families must buy a ticket for the entire day to gain entry to the shows.
Chickenshed are supported by the StubHub Foundation to present this free programme for schools.
Where: Hyde Park, London
When: Monday 7th July – Sunday 13th July