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Up, Up and Away

Review written by Flossie Waite
Half Moon Theatre
For ages 3-7

Children can be the harshest critics: if they’re bored, that’s it. From the fairly impolite: a character on stage asking the audience a question, only to be answered with a resounding burp into the silence; to the absolutely ill-mannered: wandering off completely to play a game of stuck-in-the mud around the auditorium. 287 more words

Children's Theatre

Why don't we value Care?

By Kat Joyce, Co-Artistic Director of theatre ensemble Tangled Feet Darwin’s law of natural selection, ‘survival of the fittest’ is often misinterpreted, particularly by the capitalist system to mean ‘survival of the best competitor’. 708 more words

Creative Companies

Figures, Creatures and Tea

Visitors to Julia de Greff’s latest exhibition, Figures, Creatures and Tea, at Half Moon can indulge in a variety of activities – they can try to decide whether she’s invented two or perhaps three new colours or several new species of animal or, if they’re feeling numerical, they can count teapots. 680 more words

Handa's Surprise

Review written by Flossie Waite
Presented by Little Angel Theatre
Half Moon Theatre
For ages 2-6
Touring until April 12th

Banana, guava, orange, mango, pineapple, passion fruit, avocado… These are the seven fruits Handa puts in her basket to take to her best friend Akeyo in the next village. 200 more words

Children's Theatre

Interview with Nathan Curry, Director of 'Need A Little Help'

Tangled Feet are a physical theatre ensemble who have been devising original, accessible and innovative work since 2003. Their latest production, Need A Little Help, explores the experiences of young carers, and is visiting Half Moon Theatre on 16th and 17th January. 847 more words

Children's Theatre

Chicken Licken

Review written by Flossie Waite
Presented by DNA Puppetry and Visual Theatre
Half Moon Theatre
For ages 3 – 6

Chicken Licken does the seemingly impossible – appealing to 3 – 6 year olds… 474 more words

Children's Theatre

Arts Aloud: 5 family-friendly highlights for January 2015

Julian Pablo Manzelli, Buenos Aires (2012) Image supplied by kind permission of Somerset House and A (by) P

If the impending doom of Monday morning’s school-run is starting to ruin the precious few days that you have left with the family this Christmas, set yourself to planning mode! 526 more words