Recommended children’s shows

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Three To See on 25 Oct: I Wish I Was A Mountain, Princess Charming, No Direction Home – Belong
Three To See on 23 Sep: Sian Docksey – Interdependent Woman, Hear Me Howl, Sleepyhead
Three to See on 21 Sep: Sigma, Butterflies, Raven
Three To See on 27 Aug: Echoes, Morgan & West’s Utterly Spiffing Spectacular Magic Show For Kids (and Childish Grown-ups), Welcome Home
Three To See on 26 Aug: Train Journey, The Battle Of Frogs and Mice, Who Killed Franz Ferdinand
Three To See on 12 Aug: The Erebus Project, The Scarecrows' Wedding, Tubman
Three To See on 4 Aug: The Cloakroom Attendant, The Angel By The Sea, A Fantastic Bohemian
Three To See on 27 Jul: Little Mermaid – The Circus Sensation, Tokyo Love Hotel, Bury The Hatchet
Three To See on 21 Jul: Family Dance Day, Splinter, Weird
Three To See on 8 Jul: Miniaturists 69, Athena Kugblenu – Follow The Leader, Sleeping Beauty In The Wood
Three To See on 24 Jun: Friends For All – Simon Mole, The Story Beast – Myths, Monsters & Mayhem
Three To See on 17 Jun: Arr We There Yet, A Buried Time, This Is My Bed
Three To See on 16 Jun: Double Act, Ashley Storrie, Lol Inshaallah
Three To See on 10 Jun: Bitter, Brazil Diversity, Not Now Bernard
Three To See on 3 Jun: Rocket Girl, Penquin Pig, Beautiful Thing
Three To See on 30 May: Confidence, Duckie, The Rude Awakening - Sex, Shame & Liberation
Three To See on 29 May: Children Are Stinky, Don't Panic – It's Challenge Anneka!, Black Catfish Musketeer
Three To See on 27 May: Break Of Noon, Hamnet by Dead Centre, Shakespearience
Three To See on 25 May: Rufus Longbottom And The Space Rabbit, No Way Out, Nathan Cassidy - If I Caused The Financial Crash Of 2008
Three To See on 19 May: Shackleton's Cat, Sarah Kendall – One-Seventeen, Funny Women Afternoon Comedy