Category Archives: Family

Dick Whittington at New Wimbledon Theatre

For me Christmas has always been characterised by trips to see pantos! New Wimbledon Theatre’s production of Dick Whittington certainly lived up to expectations, it was not only hilarious but also utterly enchanting. Striking the perfect balance between classic pantomime humour and traditional seasonal magic yet still with modern and relatable twists. What I found particularly brilliant about the show

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My Son Pinocchio Jr

The British Theatre Academy have kicked off their summer season and within it is My Son Pinocchio Jr. This youth production tells of Geppetto’s wish to turn Pinocchio into his son and how sometimes wishes aren’t always what they seem. The show is beautifully produced and directed, aimed at families and it had a real whimsical feel to it. There were

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In the Willows at New Wimbledon Theatre

Since this was a production that massively involved the National Deaf Children’s Society, I was, as I always am with productions that feature signing, extremely excited to see how they would utilise this form of communication in their show. In terms of accessibility and signing, I wasn’t disappointed. Rhimes Lecointe beautifully, and effortlessly incorporated sign language into the routines. As

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