We can’t understand why anyone would want to hunt Foxes. They’re such cheery souls when you sit down and chat to them.
Take James and Jack Fox, for example. We caught up with them recently to discuss their new show Dear Lupin, and they were lovely.
The father and son team will bring their show, which has been successfully touring the UK, to London later this month, so we took the chance to quiz them about the familial tale and working with family. You can see what they said at the top of the page.
Dear Lupin, which runs at the Apollo Theatre from 30 July, follows the relationship between journalist Roger Mortimer and his son Charlie. Adapted for the stage by actor and writer Michael Simkins, it is based on the book Dear Lupin… Letters To A Wayward Son, which collected 25 years of letters sent from father to son.
The show, described by Worcester News as a “magnificent production”, runs in London until 19 September.
Dear Lupin is one of many productions taking part in our annual family promotion Kids Week, which offers one free child’s ticket with every full priced adult ticket purchased for performances in August. For more information or to book tickets visit the Kids Week website.
For non-August performances, or if you don’t want to take a child, you can book tickets through us here.