A Little History of The WorldChoose Dates & Book
By Henry Filloux- Bennett
Based on the novel by E.H. Gombrich
This world premiere adaptation based on the international bestseller A Little History of the World.
How do we protect the ones we love the most, when their world is imploding?
Germany, early 1930s. Using a mix of will, humour and imagination a father tells his son stories to help him escape from the building tension in their homeland. Shared around a kitchen table over a family dinner, or whispered under the covers before bedtime, these stories transport his son to a world a little less frightening.
A true celebration of the power of storytelling based on E. H. Gombrich’s international bestseller. This enchanting world-premiere adaptation will show how the smallest of stories have the biggest of legacies on the ones we hold most dear.
Age Guidance: 12+
Our Relaxed Performance takes place on 1 June at 3pm and 13 June at 7.30pm. Our Relaxed Performances have reduced capacity to help create the best experience.
Get 4 tickets for the price of 3. 2 of those tickets MUST be child tickets.
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Under 16’s get £15 tickets
For the first week of performances, tickets will be £5 for those between 16-30 years old.
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*please note, tickets are limited to two people per purchase. Ticket buyers must bring proof of age to Box Office. The number of discounted tickets is limited to 30 per performance.
Babes in Arms Tickets
Babes in Arms tickets, for children (where suitable) up to 18 months cost a £1 administration fee. These tickets are required in order to comply with our Health and Safety policy. Please note, these cannot be bought online and will need to be purchased at the Box Office on arrival.
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