West End makes Room for Broom

Published May 14, 2012

It won’t just be Father Christmas flying into London this Christmas, as Tall Stories’s Room On The Broom lands in the West End from 21 November.

Adapted for the stage by the creators of hit production The Gruffalo, Room On The Broom, a story that follows a witch’s quest to find her missing belongings after they’re blown away by a gust of wind, plays at the Lyric theatre until 13 January.

Starring Morag Cross, David Garrud and Sam Donovan, the live family show is a magical musical adaptation of the bestselling book by Children’s Laureate Julia Donaldson and Axel Scheffler.

Aimed at children between the ages of three and eight years old, Room On The Broom takes audiences on a broom-ing marvelous adventure using enchanting puppetry, sing-a-long songs and hilarious fun.

The tale of the witch and her cat will arrive at the Lyric theatre following a family show that features a furry feline of much larger proportions, as The Tiger Who Came To Tea plays at the venue from 4 July to 2 September.

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