About Us

We are an artist-led Anglo-Swiss theatre company dedicated to creating new and original work for children and their families.

For us, children’s theatre needs to be accessible, entertaining, and above all a shared experience with audiences. And in order to reach as wide an audience as possible, when we create a new play we make sure that it will work in a village hall, just as well as in a theatre.

Our plays have toured all over the UK and Ireland and we have played at such venues as the Lowry, MAC, Arc Stockton, Horse and Bamboo, Lighthouse, Dukes Lancaster, Dundee Rep, Warwick Arts Centre, Jackson’s Lane, and the Half Moon. We have also toured with eleven Rural Touring schemes including Applause, Spot On, and Arts Reach.

Currently we have three plays in repertory: Oskar’s Amazing Adventure, Ugg ’n’ Ogg and the World's First Dogg, and Will Tell and the Big Bad Baron and will be announcing a new play in autumn 2024.

Our base is at Komedia Brighton, where we work with the charity Komedia Kids to provide theatre shows and highly interactive drama classes and workshops within our local community and the surrounding areas.

Marina Kobler, Colin Granger, Natasha Granger, Jack Faires
Fideri Fidera

Fideri Fidera in association with the registered charity

“An August without Theatre Fideri Fidera would be like the Edinburgh Tattoo without bagpipes”
Get Your Coats On

“Theatre Fideri Fidera are a credit to children’s theatre.”
New Perspective

“Theatre Fideri Fidera provide a great first introduction to theatre for early years audiences.”
Michaela O’Sullivan, Square Chapel Arts Centre

“Outstanding. Theatre Fideri Fidera are not Fringe favourites for nothing. Every aspect of the production is marvellous.”
Edinburgh 49

“The adults were laughing more than the kids.”
Families Magazine

“There's singing along to genuinely funny songs, hilarious dancing, great puppetry and a few 'he's behind you' pantomime moments, which had the kids in the audience shouting, clapping and laughing along throughout and the genuinely loud laughs seemed to be shared equally between young and old”
Neil Jones, ManchesterTheatres.com