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Family fun at Broadway Theatre

Half-term is  here and we’ve got some fantastic family  theatre -guaranteed to keep everyone entertained this February and beyond.

Uncover their inner animal with ANiMALCOLM

If your kids love trips to Standalone Farm (which has just re-opened for 2019), then they’ll be entranced by the tale of ANiMALCOLM.

Written by the comic talent that is David Baddiel, ANiMALCOLM is the story of a boy called Malcolm (good guess), who doesn’t like animals. On a school trip to a farm however, he begins to learn a lot more about them, perhaps a bit too much. It’s a rather ‘transformative’ experience for him, with a huge variety of characters, songs and shenanigans to have the whole family roaring with laughter.

ANiMALCOLM opens on Monday 18 February with showings at 13:30 and 17:00

If it’s raining, come and stand under our umbrela-ella-ella-ey

Pop Divas Live are hitting our stage in March, bringing with them all the pop-hits from some of the biggest female artists of this decade.

If your child and their friends fancy a Little Mix, want to Shake It Off with Taylor Swift or simply wish to sing along to pop classics from Beyoncé , Rihanna and Ariana Grande then, bring them all along to this high energy stage performance on 3 March It’s the perfect pop concert experience for the little divas in your life!

Grab your tickets today. 

Twirlywoos are dropping anchor at Broadway

The hit children’s TV show, Twirlywoos, are setting sail around the UK on a stage show tour and they’re heading to Letchworth.

Bring your little ones and see what mischief Great BigHoo, Toodloo, Chickedy and Chick get up to alongside all their other favourite characters.

Broadway opens its doors to Twirlywoos Live with two performances  on 17 March.

Horrible Histories, brilliant shows!

The ever-popular Horrible Histories series sees a brand new show hit the road this coming April. This time the topic is Barmy Britain and is guaranteed to get kids learning and laughing at the antics of Richard III, Henry VIII, Elizabeth I.

Even taking current political events out of the equation, there are many historical instances when the inhabitants of this island nation were a bit loopy, so come and see it all unfold in this insanely weird yet utterly fantastic performance

Horrible Histories: Barmy Britain is taking place on 13 and 14 April, with two showings each day.

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