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Following the UK Government advice about Coronavirus, all performances and activities at Half Moon Theatre are currently suspended until further notice.
We are extremely sorry for the disruption, and will be in touch with all ticket holders and participants. Thank you for your patience.
During this time, we’ve launched Half Moon Theatre at Home, offering families free access to children’s theatre online. Productions for young people will be made available at www.halfmoon.org.uk/live until Sunday 19 July 2020.
Half Moon Theatre is a charity and ticket sales are one of our sources of funding. We recognise that this is a difficult time for many of us. However, if you are able to consider making a donation, it would be hugely appreciated.
At Half Moon, we have a wide range of performances on throughout the year which are available for schools bookings. These include performances that take place at our theatre but also shows teachers can book to come into school.
Most of the dates for shows in our theatre are set by the start of the academic year, but we can sometimes offer additional performances of one of our Half Moon presents shows at the theatre in response to requests from schools.
Interested in a specific performance at a specific time of year? Take a look at the list below and contact us to find out more.
All tickets are £7 each.
*We offer free tickets for adults in line with the recommended ratios as outlined by Ofsted:
Nursery – one free adult ticket for every two child tickets bought
Reception – one free adult ticket for every four child tickets bought
KS1 – one free adult ticket for every six child tickets bought
KS2 and up – one free adult ticket for every ten child tickets bought
Some of our shows are available on dates that are convenient for you, either in your school or at our theatre:
Note: some Secondary Schools have booked one of our shows for younger children as a reference piece for GCSE groups looking at the genre of Children’s Theatre. You could consider hosting a performance for one of your local feeder Primary Schools, for instance.