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The Adventures of The Little Red Hen

£12 – £14


April 14
2:00 pm
£12 – £14
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The Exchange
75 London Rd
Twickenham, London TW1 1BE United Kingdom
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Stuff and Nonsense are well-known for their clever, captivating storytelling, ingenious staging and ability to make us all laugh. One of the UK’s most well-loved companies, they are pioneers in creating shows with and for families, and Director Niki McCretton leads the way in using child-centred collaboration to create our shows, putting children at the heart.

An energetic adaptation of this much-loved story, featuring a breath-taking combination of brilliant puppetry, live music and unforgettable comedy.

Making bread is hard work, but it would be a lot easier if the lazy farmyard animals got off their reclining sofas and lent a hand! Join our plucky little hen as she finds her own way to get stuff done.

Visit the incredible world of Stuff and Nonsense.
“Who will help me plant these grains of wheat?”
“Not I” said the Pig.
“Not I” said the Rat.
“Not I” said the Cow.
“Fair enough,” said the Little Red Hen, “I’ll do it myself!”

“Truly one of the best performances I have seen. Fully enjoyed by all 3 generations.” Stuff and Nonsense Audience Member

Invest in your children’s imaginations: share the magic of live theatre and take playfulness home with you!

DATES: Friday 12th April – Sunday 14th April 2024

TIMES: 11:00am & 2:00pm

TICKETS: General Admission £14.00 & Children (16 and under) £12.00

RUNNING TIME: 60 minutes (no interval)

AGE: Suitable for all the family (recommended for ages 3-10)


Sunday 14th April 2:00pm



Friday 12th April 11:00am

Friday 12th April 2:00pm

Saturday 13th April 11:00am

Saturday 13th April 2:00pm

Sunday 14th April 11:00am


Restaged with the support of Lighthouse, Poole and The Lyric, Bridport; original production supported by Salisbury Playhouse; Halton Borough Council; Taunton Brewhouse; The Lyric, Bridport with public funding by the National Lottery through Arts Council England.