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Hetty Feather, everybody's favourite, flame-haired foundling is given new life in a sparkling new stage adaptation, based on Jacqueline Wilson's best-selling novel set in Victorian England. Abandoned by her unmarried mother at the Foundling Hospital as a baby, young Hetty must negotiate a tough upbringing with adventure and the sting of broken promises. A tale that will captivate children and young teens alike, Hetty Feather is one heroine that everybody will love.
Michael Morpurgo, author of the best-selling hit War Horse, sees another of his works adapted for the London stage. I Believe In Unicorns celebrates the power of books and stories, amidst an intimate setting in a library. In a mountainous town, a young boy who loathes school and reading encounters a mysterious lady, when he happens upon his local library by chance. What follows will change his heart towards books and reading forever, and possibly his life. Part of the Vaudville Theatre's Kid's Week celebrations!
From 11 Sep 2014
Nigel Harman makes his directorial debut helming this new adaptation of David Lindsay Abaire's Pultizer Prize winning and Tony Award nominated drama. Starring Joanne Froggatt as a heartbroken mother who decides to erase all memories of her late four-year old son by taking drastic action, much to the despair of her husband who wants to cherish his memory instead.
From 26 Nov 2014
The perennially popular Wind In The Willows makes yet another appearance this Christmas in the West End. The 2014 Olivier-winning production by Will Tuckett will be burrowing into the Vaudeville Theatre from November. Combining dance, inventive puppetry and ingenious storytelling, this classic family show has now become a mainstay of London Christmas entertainment.
From 9 Sep 2014
Shortly transferring from Menier Chocolate Factory to the Vaudeville Theatre, the hit parody Broadway show lampoons lovingly the most popular musicals of our time. A continuous hit since 1982, it has been endorsed by the likes of Patti LaPone, Cameron Mackintosh and Andrew Lloyd Webber, who incidentally like to laugh at themselves. This time, Forbidden Broadway takes on both London and Broadway shows, including Book of Mormon, Once, Matilda, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory and even the newly opened Miss Saigon! More infoBuy tickets
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