Tour Dates

Jul
6
Sat
2024
Whitchurch Open Air Theatre Festival – Will Tell and the Big Bad Baron @ Whitchurch Conservation Group
Jul 6 @ 11:00 am – 12:00 pm

Will Tell and the Big Bad Baron – is taking place at Whitchurch Open Air Theatre Festival on Sat 6 July 2024 at 11am and 3pm.

Wilhelmina and the Baron

Wilhelmina and the Baron

This original show for families introduces a new legendary figure to British drama: the ‘Swiss Robin Hood’, Wilhelm Tell, who refused to bow to a tyrant and famously had to shoot an apple off his child’s head with a crossbow as a punishment.

A fun-filled, colourful comic adventure with capers around castles, damsels in distress, a jaw-dropping joust with horse puppets, woven together with engaging storytelling and catchy original songs.

Join plucky heroine Will disguised as a knight, she rides off on her donkey Rosina to rescue her folk hero dad Wilhelm Tell from the wicked Baron Boris’s deepest darkest dungeon. Inspired by the exploits of her father and the tales of Robin Hood and Sir Lancelot, Will knows all about standing up to tyrants, but nothing has prepared her for when the Baron’s daughter Edel falls madly in love with her and wants to be rescued too. But can Will, with just pots and pans for armour and a farm donkey for a steed, rescue Edel and defeat the Big Bad Baron?

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

Post-Show Drama Workshop in Litton Cheney

Take part in an exciting and engaging drama workshop with the cast of Will Tell & The Big Bad Baron following the show at Litton Cheney! Play games and learn songs and movements from the show, helping to encourage creativity and boost confidence.
45min workshop for ages 4+. £3 per child (must be accompanied by an adult).

Catch us at Whitchurch Open Air Theatre Festival and at other venues this Spring and Summer. Please see our Tour Dates page on our website, for more details.

Whitchurch Open Air Theatre Festival – Will Tell and the Big Bad Baron @ Whitchurch Conservation Group
Jul 6 @ 3:00 pm – 4:00 pm

Will Tell and the Big Bad Baron – is taking place at Whitchurch Open Air Theatre Festival on Sat 6 July 2024 at 11am and 3pm.

Wilhelmina and the Baron

Wilhelmina and the Baron

This original show for families introduces a new legendary figure to British drama: the ‘Swiss Robin Hood’, Wilhelm Tell, who refused to bow to a tyrant and famously had to shoot an apple off his child’s head with a crossbow as a punishment.

A fun-filled, colourful comic adventure with capers around castles, damsels in distress, a jaw-dropping joust with horse puppets, woven together with engaging storytelling and catchy original songs.

Join plucky heroine Will disguised as a knight, she rides off on her donkey Rosina to rescue her folk hero dad Wilhelm Tell from the wicked Baron Boris’s deepest darkest dungeon. Inspired by the exploits of her father and the tales of Robin Hood and Sir Lancelot, Will knows all about standing up to tyrants, but nothing has prepared her for when the Baron’s daughter Edel falls madly in love with her and wants to be rescued too. But can Will, with just pots and pans for armour and a farm donkey for a steed, rescue Edel and defeat the Big Bad Baron?

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

Post-Show Drama Workshop in Litton Cheney

Take part in an exciting and engaging drama workshop with the cast of Will Tell & The Big Bad Baron following the show at Litton Cheney! Play games and learn songs and movements from the show, helping to encourage creativity and boost confidence.
45min workshop for ages 4+. £3 per child (must be accompanied by an adult).

Catch us at Whitchurch Open Air Theatre Festival and at other venues this Spring and Summer. Please see our Tour Dates page on our website, for more details.

Jul
27
Sat
2024
Stade Hall, Hastings – Will Tell and the Big Bad Baron @ The Stade, Stade Hall
Jul 27 @ 3:00 pm – 4:00 pm

Will Tell and the Big Bad Baron – is taking place at Stade Hall, Hastings on Sat 27 July 2024 at 3pm.

Wilhelmina and the Baron

Wilhelmina and the Baron

This original show for families introduces a new legendary figure to British drama: the ‘Swiss Robin Hood’, Wilhelm Tell, who refused to bow to a tyrant and famously had to shoot an apple off his child’s head with a crossbow as a punishment.

A fun-filled, colourful comic adventure with capers around castles, damsels in distress, a jaw-dropping joust with horse puppets, woven together with engaging storytelling and catchy original songs.

Join plucky heroine Will disguised as a knight, she rides off on her donkey Rosina to rescue her folk hero dad Wilhelm Tell from the wicked Baron Boris’s deepest darkest dungeon. Inspired by the exploits of her father and the tales of Robin Hood and Sir Lancelot, Will knows all about standing up to tyrants, but nothing has prepared her for when the Baron’s daughter Edel falls madly in love with her and wants to be rescued too. But can Will, with just pots and pans for armour and a farm donkey for a steed, rescue Edel and defeat the Big Bad Baron?

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

Post-Show Drama Workshop in Litton Cheney

Take part in an exciting and engaging drama workshop with the cast of Will Tell & The Big Bad Baron following the show at Litton Cheney! Play games and learn songs and movements from the show, helping to encourage creativity and boost confidence.
45min workshop for ages 4+. £3 per child (must be accompanied by an adult).

Catch us at Stade Hall, Hastings and at other venues this Spring and Summer. Please see our Tour Dates page on our website, for more details.

Aug
16
Fri
2024
Camp Kindling – Oskar’s Amazing Adventure @ Camp Kindling
Aug 16 @ 10:00 am – Aug 19 @ 5:00 pm

Oskar’s Amazing Adventure visits Camp Kindling (Summer Camp for Families), Sevenoaks over the weekend 16 – 19 August 2024 (timings to be announced).

Paul Mansfield Photography 2015

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 favourite game again?

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

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

★★★★★ “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 for us both. For pre-schoolers first noticing the big wide world (and for those of us privileged to attend them on their journey) the perspective offered is just right. The highest praise I can think of is to jump up and down in my seat squealing ‘Again! Again!’” Edinburgh 49 (August 2017)

Catch us at Camp Kindling (Summer Camp for Families), Sevenoaks and at other venues in this Spring and Summer. Please see our Tour Dates page on our website, for more details.