Keep the whole family entertained
We’ve done the searching so you don’t have to!
Find below a variety of family-friendly shows that you can watch online (dates of streams included).
We may be stuck indoors but that doesn’t mean we can’t travel the world! Chris Purchase is going to take you on fantastic adventures to every corner of the globe right in your own home so grab your lunchbox, get a seat on the bus and make sure you’ve got your travel buddy because we’re off on a Field Trip!
These videos will be available shortly
You can watch the first two trips to Egypt and Greece by clicking here
Myths and Adventures from Ancient Greece – Watermans Art Centre
For some easy and entertaining home-schooling material, look no further than Hannah Khalil‘s tales of Pandora, Persephone, King Midas and Theseus and the Minotaur. They’re intended for those aged three to eight but will appeal to older viewers too.
Missed panto this year? So did we!
Luckily the National Theatre have made their take on Dick Whittington available to rent until 22 Feb.
Huddle – A Tale of Two Penguins – The Guardian
The Unicorn and Filskit Theatre company have a festive treat for children aged two to five.
Huddle is the tale of an Emperor penguin and his chick learning how to thrive against the odds.
Narrated by Madeline Appiah. Available to watch until 13 February.
Exeter Northcott Theatre presents a Le Navet Bete and Barbican Theatre production.
“Ideal for children who love adventure, Treasure island is a great alternative to the usual pantomime” A SPY IN THE STALLS
Take advantage of this show while you can! Currently available on Youtube.
Enjoy the recorded performance of the much-loved Frozen on stage!
Watch this delightful adaptation of an Icelandic folk legend from Little Angel Theatre.
Step into the mind of legendary children’s author Michael Rosen in Little Angel Theatre‘s puppet adaptation of Clever Cakes.