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Events

Saturday 5 September and Friday 30 October at 10am and 11.15am

The Selfish Giant 
By Oscar Wilde
Adapted and performed by Lizzie Lewis

Every day the local children love to stop on their way home and 
play in a beautiful deserted garden. But the garden belongs to none other than a giant - who doesn’t like children one bit! And when he comes home, he throws all the children out, which makes the garden so sad that nothing grows there anymore.

Can you help the children to save their garden, and help the Giant to see some sense?

This interactive adaptation of Oscar Wilde’s timeless children’s classic is especially created for young children and their brave parents. Suitable for children aged 2 - 6 years. Please bring a cushion. Chairs are also provided.

Tickets £5

Click here to book 

Tuesday 27 October
10am to 11.30am or 11.30am to 1pm

Alice in Wonderland Fun Day

A morning of activities for families celebrating our Christmas show Alice in Wonderland.
Hunt for Wonderland characters around the garden and claim your treasure when you’ve discovered their hiding places. Listen to stories in the theatre, take part in themed arts activities and dress up in a wonderful array of costumes from past Watermill productions.

Ideal for children up to 10 years.

Tickets for children £5, adults £1

Call the Box Office to book on 01635 46044. 

 

The Curse of The Kennet & Avon Kelpie

Written and performed by Emma Bradbury, presented by The Watermill Theatre.

This interactive performance for children aged 2 -5 years is now available to book for nurseries, infant schools, libraries and other settings. All we need is enough floor space, a single electrical socket, and about 20 minutes to set up.
The Kennet and Avon Kelpie is a mythical creature that helps keep the canal clean and free of rubbish, but what has happened to him? Help Nixie and her underwater friends find the Kelpie and save the canal.

To enquire about booking The Kelpie in your venue please email Heidi on heidi@watermill.org.uk or call 01635 750934.