This Christmas, the Theatre Royal's award-winning egg theatre for children, young people and their families will be presenting Heidi A Goat's Tail Tale adapted from Johanna Spyri's classic novel by Andrew Pollard.
This hilarious production has a twist – the story is told by a herd of mountain goats.
Prior to this, the egg will stage a huge range of productions for all ages including, for younger children, Little Red Hen, in which a loaf of bread is baked and Ready or Not from a new dancing company for toddlers.
Little Howard's Big Show features the nation's favourite human-cartoon double-act, as seen on CBBC and there will be a celebration of classic cinematic traditions from accompanying music to popcorn in Portmanteau.
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Egg is a magical story told by two madcap birds while Clockheart Boy was a huge hit on the Edinburgh Fringe.
Woodland creates a world of rare creatures while The Tear Thief is a puppet production based on Poet Laureate Carol Ann Duffy's story.
Cabbage Heart, a new production from Theatre Alibi tells an adventure with drawing and painting live on stage.
For older children, Bristol-based Travelling Light presents The Mysterious Vanishment of Pobby and Dingan based on Ben Rice's acclaimed novel.
Then the National Theatre of Scotland presents The Monster in the Hall, an Indie comedy musical about a girl on the verge of a breakdown and a large motorbike.
Nathan Bessell stars in Up Down Boy which was inspired by the extraordinary life story of a boy with Down's Syndrome while Jason and the Argonauts tells the ancient legend of the golden fleece using just two actors. The egg Young People's Theatre presents I Am England, inspired by Shakespeare's Coriolanus.