Tonight ‘Little Red and the Big Bad Wolf’ returns for another spell of frothbuggling family fun. This high energy physical theatre performance, suitable for ages 5-105, brings sheer bliss from beginning to end!
It takes you deep into the wood where you embark on a journey of love, loss and self-discovery.
Right from the beginning young and old are immersed into a frantic, energy fuelled production of dance, music, drama and storytelling.
You are invited into this enchanted wood and driven on a roller-coaster of emotions. You consider your own personal journey of unknown versus the safety and familiarity of the path and how irresistible straying can be.
The evenings experience will give you an insight as well as the tensions between mankind and nature.
This is a bold entertaining story of the well known classic tale, packing a punch that all will enjoy.
This production is for one night only but you can catch it later at the Whitby Hall Ellesmere Port 24th Jan and at St Helens Citadel 11th Feb. This is a great outing for all the family to enjoy.
But remember….. are the wolves really the villains in a world were the woodcutter is destroying the forest? And…..is Grandma the trophy hunter really sick?
Don’t stop to smell the flowers, or sing to the birds or climb a tree, remember these words……
and make your way tonight to Liverpool’s Unity Theatre. (0151 709 4988) Enjoy!
Wolf Red is a menacing and entertaining piece that explores one woman’s sinister, evocative and playful journey into the dark side of human nature with a twisted story where fairy tale and reality blur.
Fairy tale and reality certainly blur in this piece of stunning theatre where deep in the dark woods, a woman is held prisoner.
But the question arises, is her sister captor or predator of the body or her mind?
Wolf Red is set to be a feast for the eyes with stunning visuals, an innovative set from the local designer Lois Maskell and lighting by Polish designer Arek Chrusiel.
Elinor Randle performs and captivates the audience with Yorgos karamalegos directing this genuinely exciting Liverpool Theatre team.
Tmesis Theatre is physical; that combined with a fresh original soundtrack, new writing from Chris Fittock and visionary choreography will certainly put this one woman show on the map.
Farmaggedon watch out, this one will scare the pants off you!
Unity Theatre Wed 26th – Sat 29th September, 8pm
Don’t forget folks, Hope St hosts a great Market and loads of activities at Unity Theatre, Philharmonic Hall, our two cathedrals and lots of other businesses and institutions in the area.
The old Irish Centre is open too! A real walk down memory lane.
It all kicks off on Sunday 18th September at 10-30am.
See you there!!!