The Gruffalo Stage Show Reviews
Newest Review: ... seemed to work pretty well and the narrator role helped it all to hang together. Both my daughters pretty much know all the words in the story off by heart so they were very happy to hear many of their much loved words and phrases being uttered on stage. There was also a certain amount of audience participation that they were very happy to join in with. In fact both girls thoroughly enjoyed the show and they really loved the addition of the songs that they had not heard before. However, as a discerning parent I wasn't quite so convinced myself. I couldn't help being reminded of a touring school production rather than something that you wo... more
Customer The Gruffalo Stage Show Reviews (2)
by eesha - written on 05/01/11
I took my three year old to see this production as he loves the book. I have to say, he was not impressed and neither was I. the costumes were very basic, and although the production was true to the book, it seemed very cheaply done. I was disappointed and so was my son.
by - written on 03/01/11, updated on 14/08/11 (Very useful, 244 readings)
As a New Year's Eve treat, we took our daughters up to London to see the stage production of The Gruffalo based on the story by Julia Donaldson. The performance, by the Tall Stories Theatre company, was at the Garrick Theatre, just off Leicester Square, and we paid £15 for each ticket which we bought on line. This seemed quite a reasonable price for any show in London, but when you consider that the entire show is left than an hour long it is not exactly cheap either. There were only three performers in the show - the storyteller and Gruffalo (Scott Armstrong), the actor who played all the predators (David Garraud), and the actor who played the mouse (Alex ... Read the complete review
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