Salisbury Playhouse has plenty to keep families entertained this February half term, including adaptations of favourite stories and a visit from the world-renowned puppetry company, Little Angel Theatre.
Oliver Twist, the story of the little boy who asked for more, comes to The Salberg on Monday 15 February. Presented in the style of Victorian music hall, Red Earth’s production of Charles Dickens’s masterpiece is packed full of surprises and brings Oliver’s story to life for children and grown-ups alike. This production includes integrated Sign Language and Captions and is suitable for those aged 8 plus and their families.
Fairytale favourite Rumpelstiltskin spins into The Salberg on Tuesday 16 February, full of puppetry, music and storytelling. Where did Rumpelstiltskin come from and can they guess his name before he gets them all in a spin? This is a woolly wonderland of a show for 3 to 8 year olds.
Windibops is a rib-tickling new dance piece for families and children aged 4 to 100. The audience is invited into the Windibops laboratory on Wednesday 17 February to investigate flatulence and whether it has an impact on global warming. This comical, fun world combines dance, humour, strange sounds, smells and amusing characters to create an interactive world of dance and science.
Celebrated puppetry company Little Angel Theatre visits on Thursday 18 February with Handa’s Hen – a beautiful show for 2-5 year olds. Based on the book by Eileen Browne, Handa’s Hen features 55 stunning puppets all created by hand for this brand new production.
For tickets or further information please contact the Ticket Office on 01722 320333 or visit www.salisburyplayhouse.com.