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The Enormous Crocodile

A co-production with Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre and Leeds Playhouse
17TH MAY - 8TH JUNE 2024 AT REGENT'S PARK OPEN AIR THEATRE

For my lunch today I would like… a nice juicy little child!
The Enormous Crocodile is weaving his way through the jungle in search of delicious little fingers and squidgy podgy knees. Only the other jungle creatures can foil his secret plans and clever tricks, but they’re going to have to find a large amount of courage to stop this greedy brute.

This new musical version of Roald Dahl’s picture book has tasty tunes by Ahmed Abdullahi Gallab and a rib-tickling book and lyrics by Suhayla El-Bushra, with additional music and lyrics by Tom Brady. Developed and directed by Emily Lim and featuring a menagerie of mischievous puppets by Co-Director Toby Olié, and set and costume design by Fly Davis.

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The Magic Finger

A digital storytelling, in co-production with the Unicorn Theatre
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The Gregg family spend every Saturday morning out in the woods searching for animals and birds to hunt. But the girl next door cannot stand hunting, and she’s so angry about it she’s going to set the magic finger on them all. One thing is for certain, very strange and spectacular things are about to begin...

Created in co-production with the Unicorn Theatre, the UK's leading theatre for young audiences, this imaginative digital storytelling of Roald Dahl’s mischievous story is directed by Milli Bhatia and designed by Shankho Chaudhuri.

Starring Corinna Brown (Tara Jones in Netflix drama Heartstopper) and Lucy Mangan (Harry Potter and the Cursed Child)

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The Witches

A co-production with the National Theatre
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Everything you know about witches is wrong. Forget the pointy hats and broomsticks: they’re the most dangerous creatures on earth. And now they’ve come up with their most evil plan yet. The only thing standing in their way is Luke and his Gran. But he’s ten and she’s got a dodgy heart. Time is short, danger is everywhere, and they’ve got just one chance to stop the witches from squalloping every stinking little child in England.

The Witches is a rip-roaring musical version of Roald Dahl’s timeless tale, filled with wit, daring and heart. With book and lyrics by Olivier Award-winner Lucy Kirkwood, music and lyrics by Tony Award-nominee Dave Malloy, and directed by Lyndsey Turner.

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