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Welcome back to live shows

Big Red Bath ©Shaun Armstrong Mubsta Photography 4

We are incredibly proud to announce our autumn season of shows for families and young people, almost exactly 19 months since our last production. When we first closed our doors on 17 March 2020, none of us could ever have envisaged having to wait so long to fully reopen Half Moon as an inspiring theatre for young people. During that time, our commitment to staying connected, creating, sharing and presenting theatre for you to enjoy has never wavered and within these pages we’re sure you’ll find something – if not several – things to interest you.

We’re delighted to be working with Full House Theatre again on the joyous Big Red Bath (23 Oct, 16-20 Nov), which starts its national tour at Half Moon, as well as welcoming back audience favourites Lyngo Theatre with Jack and the Beanstalk ( 25 Sep), Norwich Puppet Theatre with Beastly Belle (30 Oct), Long Nose Puppets with The Hug (13 Nov), and Theatre of Widdershins with The Elves and The Shoemaker (27 Nov).

Our free family fun day, returns for a sixth event with another selection of fun community events to get involved in. Join us as we create a Fun Palace, throughout our building and garden with an inspiring programme of events for all ages, celebrating arts, culture and science.

If you’re not quite ready to return to indoor theatre, then our new On Demand service puts your sofa in the front row with digital productions of some of our recent productions for young people, recorded live at Half Moon. Find out more: halfmoon.org.uk/on-demand

I look forward to welcoming you to back to your local theatre and letting you once again experience the complete joy, excitement and wonder only live theatre can offer.

Chris Elwell, Director

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