INTERACTIVE PERFORMANCES FOR AGES 3 - 7 YEARS
Come along to an Interactive Performance near you, suitable for children 3 - 7 years...
An Interactive Performance is a one-person show, and we don't use props or wear costumes. Tickets are limited to ensure everyone has the best possible experience, so grab yours now!
The joy of the theatre is the shared experience between audience and performer and a Pyjama Drama performance is no different. The audience will be actively encouraged to get involved; singing, dancing, playing games and taking on different roles (one minute a goodie, the next a baddie!). You’ll be in awe of your performer who will command the stage alone, creating imaginary worlds and characters by igniting imaginations!
Interactive Performances are delivered as one-off shows, and also as monthly 'clubs' in some areas.
- Football Crazy
- Gnome at Home
- Gruffalo Goes to the Dentist
- Guess How Much I Lurve You
- Harry’s Mischievous Broomstick
- Jack Frost and the Spider’s Web
- Paddington’s Perfect Picnic
- Peter Rabbit and the Easter Egg Hunt
- Pirates Don’t Love These Underpants
- Stick Man
- Stormy Weather
- Room on the Broom
- The Invisible Superhero
- The Night the Angel Sang
- The Real Adventures of the Gingerbread Man
- Water Wings and Rubber Rings
- We’re all Going on a Dragon Hunt
In a nutshell:
- 60 mins
- Suitable for children 3 – 7 years
- Places limited – prior booking essential
- £6 per child (sibling discounts available)
Price may vary in some areas
What makes our Interactive Performances so special?
- Performances are delivered by highly trained drama and imaginative play experts
- We don’t use props or wear costumes – we bring the magic of the theatre to you, using just the power of the imagination
- Ticket prices are a fraction of the cost to take your child to the theatre and in some areas, you can even sign up to attend a different performance each month - search now
- Our unique blend of drama, music, movement and play provides opportunities to develop life skills while creating lifelong memories