When Lucy hears noises from behind the walls, she tries to warn her family that there are wolves lurking inside their house, but her family doesn’t believe her. Then one day, Lucy’s fears come true when a pack of wolves comes bursting out of the walls, forcing Lucy and her family to live at the bottom of the garden. But the story is far from over – Lucy must gather her courage, as her battle against the wolves is only just beginning.
Neil Gaiman and Dave McKean’s spooky and hilarious tale comes to thrilling theatrical life in this frenzy of puppetry, songs, and shadow-play directed by Toby Olié and featuring original songs by Adam Pleeth and Carl Grose. Suitable for brave children and scared adults.
Age Recommendation: 7+
Beautiful puppetry enhances a perfectly pitched piece of family theatre
A show that is great family fun full of excitement
As an introduction to theatre for small children, this pushes all the right buttons and will excite, amuse and delight them
Small but evocative puppet adaptation of the spooky Neil Gaiman kids’ book
Wolves is brimming with atmosphere and ambiguity
An imaginatively crafted piece of puppetry theatre, fusing music, live puppets and shadow-play