With the sun finally getting his hat on and coming out to play, The Key Theatre has lined up a great selection of fun-filled family shows this summer, with something for all ages.
For younger ones, Thursday, May 28 offers the opportunity to join an ark-ful of animals in ‘Noah – A Musical Adventure.’ With witty, touching, original songs written by Doug Horley and Mark Read from noughties boyband sensation ‘A1’ this show combines puppetry, dance and innovative scenery to tell the story of Noah – a good man who believes in God and has to build an ark to save the ones he loves.
A fun and touching story about family, tickets are £15 full price and £11 concessions (including fees) with special rates for families and groups of ten or more..
Hop (Thursday, June 25) is an innovative matinee dance piece about the relationship between Mr Dedalus and his son Icarus, their dream of flying, and never giving up; based on the story from Greek mythology. Tickets for Hop are £11 full price and £7 concessions (including fees).
Families might also pounce at the opportunity to see one of the best-selling children’s books of all time brought to life in The Tiger Who Came to Tea on Tuesday, June 30, which is direct from a smash-hit West End season.
Reviewed as “A rare and grrreat achievement” (The Times), tickets are £13 with special rates for schools and groups of ten or more.
For details visit vivacity-peterborough.com/keytheatre, call the box office on 01733 207239 or pop in between 10am and 6pm.