CHILDREN’S SHOWS

Recommended children’s shows

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Three To See on 16 Feb: One Item Only, Angry, The B*easts
Three To See on 15 Feb: Noisy Holiday, Lloyd Griffith – in:undated, Gold Coast
Three To See on 14 Feb: The Polar Bear Goes Up, Glisten, Juliet and Romeo
Three To See on 12 Feb: Victim, Leaf, Waiting For Guido
Three To See on 10 Feb: The Throne, The Dead Show, How To Be A Kid
Three To See on 9 Feb: Boys Don't, Tanztheater Wuppertal Pina Bausch — Viktor, An Act Of Kindness
Three To See on 21 Jan: The Doctor Is In, Sleepyhead, Go Noah Go!
Three To See in London over Christmas and New Year 2017: Theatre, comedy and family shows
Three To See over Christmas and New Year – family shows: Ongals, Comedy Club For Kids, Kika's Birthday
Three To See on 20 Dec: Puss In Boots, Our Man In Havana, What The Moon Saw
Three To See on 15 Dec: Mr Mineshaft, Milton Jones Is Out There, Bananaman
Three To See on 13 Dec: Jayde Adams - Jayded, Breaking The Ice, Ugly Duckling
Three To See on 10 Dec: Winterreise, Scrooge And The Seven Dwarves, Cosmic Superheroes
Three To See on 9 Dec: A Christmas Carol, Parliament Square, Snow-Pocalypse – Friendship Never Melts
Three To See on 2 Dec: Underneath A Magical Moon, Orange Juice, Can You See Me Now?
Three To See on 1 Dec: Dear Brutus, Curtain Call, The Lost Boy Peter Pan
Three To See on 30 Nov: Once Upon A Snowflake, Police Cops In Space, Muvvahood
Three To See on 25 Nov: Leaf, The Velveteen Rabbit, Rapunzel
Three To See on 17 Nov: Prince Of Fire, Anna Mann's Late Night Cheese And Sex Party, Tom And Bunny Save The World
Three To See on 5 Nov: Moonfall, Poison, The Retreat

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