Open to the public

Most of our performances are in private venues like schools,

but we do have a few open to the public.

Here’s where we're at if you’re around, and our facebook page is also kept up to date with details of public shows – please LIKE our page for notifications.

Tuesday 23rd July 2019, at 11am: 'Space Chase!' at Wimborne Library

Join us for an interactive story-telling adventure through space, full of astronauts, aliens and weird, wonderful fun!

Part of the libraries Summer Reading Challenge. 

Contact Wimborne Library for tickets: 01202 882770

26th - 29th July 2019: Camp Bestival, Lulworth Castle

Find us in the BigTopMania kids area,  performing our Tale Enders interactive theatre show. Awesome fun - make up the characters, make up the story, jump up and join in. Whoever said the audience couldn't be the cast as well.....

Festival ticket required.

Tuesday 30th July, at 11.00am: 'Sally and the Limpet' at Charmouth Village Hall

Join us for an exciting and creative hour!
We'll start with dressing up for a mini story-making workshop, creating and enacting your own new Seaside Story.
The session concludes with interactive story-telling - join in with 'Sally and the Limpet', retold with kind permission of te author Simon James.

Contact Artsreach for tickets

Wednesday 31st July 2019 at 2.30pm – 'The Dancing Turtle' at Wimborne Model Town

Check out the wonder that is Wimborne Model Town, then round off your day out with a spot of story making, music and story telling with Treehouse Theatre.

This performance is part of the Sting in the Tale Festival of Stories

Please contact Wimborne Model Town for tickets: 01202 881924

Thursday 1st August, at 11.00am: 'The Gingerbread Man' at The Exchange, Sturminster Newton

Run Run as fast as you can! Join us for an interactive story-telling adventure

Contact Artsreach for tickets

Saturday 3rd August - Friday 9th August, daily at 10.30am: Terrace Tales in Bournemouth Pavilion

Join us for interactive story-telling adventures! With music, dressing up and lots of imagination, this is a creative workshop for under 6's

Contact BH Live for tickets

Wednesday 7th and Thursday 8th August, daily at 1.30pm: Ringwood Waldorf Holiday CLub

Join us for creative and interactive story-telling adventures! This is part of the Ringwood Waldorf Holiday clubfor ages 7-12yrs - you can just come along on the days we are running drama workshops, or sign up for longer!

Contact Ringwood Waldorf School for tickets

Wednesday 28th August, at 11.00am: 'The Hare and the Tortoise" at Milbourne St Andrew Village Hall

Join us for a creative and interactive story-telling adventure, with music, dressing up and lots of imagination.

Contact Artsreach for tickets

Wednesday 28th August, at 2.30pm – 'Pirates Ahoy' at Wimborne Model Town

Check out the wonder that is Wimborne Model Town, then round off your day out with a spot of story making, music and story telling with Treehouse Theatre.

Please contact Wimborne Model Town for tickets: 01202 881924

Thursday 29th August, at 10.30am: 'Space Chase!' at Ferndown Library

Join us for an interactive story-telling adventure through space, full of astronauts, aliens and weird, wonderful fun!

Part of the libraries Summer Reading Challenge. 

Contact Ferndown Library for tickets: 01202 874542

Monday 16th September, at 10.30am: 'Sally and the Limpet' at West Parley Memorial Hall

This workshop is for Home Educated children.
Join us for an exciting and creative hour!
We'll start with dressing up for a mini story-making workshop, creating and enacting your own new Seaside Story.
The session concludes with interactive story-telling - join in with 'Sally and the Limpet', retold with kind permission of te author Simon James.

Contact us directly for tickets: 01202 421406 or via our facebook page

 

Monday 16th September, at 1pm: 'Macbeth' at West Parley Memorial Hall

This workshop is for Home Educated children.
An immersive workshop exploring one of Shakespeare’s tales of tragedy "Macbeth"
You’ll work with two professional actors in this relaxed and inclusive workshop. Get to know the story of Romeo and Juliet, cast the characters, prepare and direct scenes, experiment with Shakespearean language, brush up your performance skills, get into costume and rehearse the Play.
To conclude our workshop we’ll present our version of 'Macbeth' to a private audience of friends and family. 

Contact us directly for tickets: 01202 421406 or via our facebook page

 

Monday 14th October, at 10.30am: 'The Saxons' at West Parley Memorial Hall

This workshop is for Home Educated children.
Step back to 600 AD and recreate a day in a Saxon Village

The workshop starts with costumes and finding our which household you are in.

We’ll perform scenes of the household trades, daily fighting drill, and dispute settlement.

When the Scop (story teller) arrives for the evening, the village gathers to enjoy riddles, and the ‘Tale of Beowulf and the Dragon’

Contact us directly for tickets: 01202 421406 or via our facebook page

Friday 18th October, at 11am: "Pirates Ahoy!" at Dorchester Library

Calling pirates and princesses to join us for an interactive story-telling adventure on a pirate ship sailing to the Land of 1000 princesses.

Part of The Dorchester Literacy Festival 

Contact Dorchester Library for tickets

Wednesday 30th October 2019, 5pm - 8pm - Pumpkin Night at Stewarts Garden Centre.
www.stewarts.co.uk
Dress up and strut your scary stuff at Stewarts Garden Centre Pumpkin Night; We've spotted some truly awesome costumes here over the years. Visit us in the cafe to make up some Scary Tales of your own, and listen to some of ours.
Ticket required - visit Stewarts website for contact details

Friday 1st November, 11am and 2pm, "The Dancing Skeleton" at Winchester City Museum

Make up some Scary Tales of your own this Halloween, and listen to some of ours.....if you dare!

Ticket required - visit Winchester City Museum website for contact details

The Snow Queen, PANTOMIME!!! - Various dates in January 2020

Possibly the highlight of our year!

We perform our panto 50 times in schools and centres all over the South of England....but these are the only shows you can buy tickets for! Everyone is welcome at any performance, though alongside our 'General Public' show, there will also be 2 more targeted performances - one for Home Educating Families, and a relaxed performance for people with disabilities.