Oskar's Amazing Adventure title logo (for young children)

Winner Primary Times Children’s Choice best show award ★★★★★

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Upcoming Shows

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3:00 pm Oxenhall Parish Hall – Oskar’s A... @ Oxenhall Parish Hall
Oxenhall Parish Hall – Oskar’s A... @ Oxenhall Parish Hall
Mar 9 @ 3:00 pm – 4:00 pm
Oxenhall Parish Hall – Oskar's Amazing Adventure @ Oxenhall Parish Hall | England | United Kingdom
Oskar’s Amazing Adventure visits Oxenhall Parish Hall, Newent, on 9 March 2024 at 3pm. Fun-loving puppy Oskar leaves the snowbound little house on top of the mountain to try to find a friendly animal to play with. But where are all the animals? And why does Oskar have to wait till spring to play his Read More

Video Trailer

Now taking bookings for spring, summer and autumn 2024

This award-winning original play for young children uses a rich mix of storytelling, physical theatre, clowning, puppetry and music and song to tell the tale of a puppy’s search for friendship in the wilderness of the Alps.

Snowbound in Grandma’s little house on top of the mountain, fun-loving Oskar goes out in the snow to find a friendly animal to play with. But the puppy is chased by a hungry fox and has a lucky escape when he falls down a deep hole and lands on top of a young hibernating marmot. Marmot forgives Oskar, and using her amazing whistling and digging skills, alerts Grandma to where they are and digs a tunnel to escape the fox. Oskar has so much fun with his new-found friend that he wants to play more but must wait until spring for Marmot to finish her long winter’s sleep.

“Outstanding. This was my own preschooler's first ever live show and I am so massively grateful to Theatre Fideri Fidera for making it such a positive and memorable experience.”
Get Your Coats On
★★★★★

“The energy and enthusiasm of the performer was staggering!”
Julie Sharp, Primary Times
★★★★★

“A charming and thoughtful piece of theatre for younger children. Furry friends, foxes and fun for all the family, this delightful show is a real treat for everyone”
Edinburgh Festival For Kids
★★★★

Touring Information

Creative Team

Performer: Natasha Granger

Written and directed: Colin Granger

Lyrics and music: Magdalena Portmann and Natasha Granger

Design and puppets: Marina Kobler

Show Info

Age: Recommended for young children from 2 to 7 and their families but infants and babies are welcome too. The show is also suitable for nursery and lower primary school classes.

Running time: Performances last 35 minutes followed by a 10-minute playtime, where the children can meet the performer and play with the animal puppets from the play. There is no interval.

Minimum space required: 4m wide, 3m high x 4.5m deep. The show can be adapted to rooms with a lower height.

The show can be performed outdoors.

Festivals. Libraries, Community, school, rural touring performances

The show is suitable for non-theatre performances and travels with its own lights and sound.

Workshop

An optional drama workshop with creative activities and games inspired by the theme of hibernation and the animal characters in the play, can be booked for after the show.

Natasha Granger with some children at an Oskar WorkShop (Edinburgh - August 2017) - Photo © Paul Mansfield
Touring Information - continued

Marketing

Included in the fee

  • Dedicated marketing support from Theatre Fideri Fidera’s experienced marketing team with ideas on how to sell the show to young children and their families, including social media support.
  • A video trailer and two singalong videos that venues can embed on their websites.
  • A free colouring-in programme for the children, which has pictures of all the animals in the show.
  • Print: Flyers and posters for the show.
  • Competition prizes: We can supply free copies of the book Oskar's Amazing Adventure as prizes for venues wishing to promote the show with competitions.

For more information and booking enquiries

Show Info Sheet

Children reading the Oskar picture book - Photo © Paul Mansfield (for young children and their families)"