Monday, 16 December 2013

The Boy Who Cried Wolf Review

On Saturday we enjoyed a trip to the Crucible Theatre in Sheffield to watch A classic adaption of Aesop's fable, The Boy Who Cried Wolf brought to the Crucible by Tutti Frutti and York Theatre productions.


The show was written by Mike Kenny and brought to life by three actors who used woolly hats to transform them into the sheep at pasture, which was Grotbags's favourite part. There was lots of clicking of knitting needles with the aim of winning the Best Jumper Competition and plenty of singing and energetic dancing bringing the show to life. Then of course there was the Boy himself who undoubtedly lied about the wolf and when the wolf eventually appeared nobody believed him.

The show is aimed at children 3 years and over and is running until the 4th January and is well worth a visit with the little ones.

We were kindly given tickets for the purpose of this review.

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