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Zog

Tour synopsis, cast & creatives

Zog
Large in size, and keen in nature, Zog is so eager to win a golden star at Madam Dragon's school, where dragons learn all the things that dragons need to know. Zog tries so very hard, perhaps too hard, and he bumps, burns and roars his way through years one, two and three. Luckily, the plucky Princess Pearl patches him up ready to face his biggest challenge yet...a duel with a knight, Sir Gadabout the Great! Zog promises to be roaring fun for all ages. World Premiere at The Rose Kingston

Book by Julia Donaldson. Producer Freckle Productions. Producer Rose Theatre Kingston. Adapted by Mike Shepherd. Director Mike Shepherd. Design Katie Sykes. Director Tom jackson Greaves (movement director). Lighting Ric Mountjoy. Sound Julian Starr. Design Lyndie Wright (puppet design). Director Sarah Wright (puppets). Other Tina Koch (movement and circus consultant).

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Tour details for Zog 2019 to 2021

Between 29th June 2021 and 12th September 2021 this tour will visit 14 venues in Hertford, Salford, Canterbury, Edinburgh, Peterborough, Bradford, Bristol, Milton Keynes, Kingston, Oldham, Inner London, Cambridge, Southampton and Leeds. Current and future dates only. This production has already been seen in 68 venues since 14th February 2019.

Dates for Zog (Kids show) tour


Tue, 29th June 2021 to Wed, 30th June 2021
  Hertford Theatre, Hertford»

Sat, 3rd July 2021 to Sun, 4th July 2021
  The Lowry, Salford» - 1 suppliers available

Tue, 6th July 2021
  Gulbenkian Theatre, Canterbury» - 1 suppliers available

Fri, 9th July 2021 to Mon, 12th July 2021
  Festival Theatre, Edinburgh»

Fri, 9th July 2021 to Sun, 11th July 2021
  New Theatre Peterborough, Peterborough»

Fri, 16th July 2021 to Sat, 17th July 2021
  St George's Hall, Bradford»

Sat, 24th July 2021 to Sat, 31st July 2021
  Bristol Old Vic, Bristol» - 1 suppliers available

Mon, 2nd August 2021 to Tue, 3rd August 2021
  The Stables, Milton Keynes»

Wed, 4th August 2021 to Wed, 11th August 2021
  Rose Theatre Kingston, Kingston» - 1 suppliers available

Thu, 12th August 2021 to Sat, 14th August 2021
  Coliseum Theatre, Oldham»

Wed, 18th August 2021 to Sun, 29th August 2021
  Cadogan Hall, Inner London»

Tue, 31st August 2021 to Wed, 1st September 2021
  Corn Exchange, Cambridge»

Fri, 3rd September 2021 to Sun, 5th September 2021
  MAST Mayflower Studios, Southampton»

Sat, 11th September 2021 to Sun, 12th September 2021
  Town Hall, Leeds»
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User Reviews

Overall: 1.00
Mr Ripoff (16Jun19): If you have read Zog then this production just doesn’t make sense. Absolute rubbish from the start to the end and everyone felt ripped off and disappointed. Doesn’t deserve to have any affiliation with the much loved Zog story. Avoid, avoid, avoid 1
Jules (29Apr19): Dreadful. Total waste of time and money. We all know the story inside out and parts were confusing for kids and adults. Scaffolding? No attempt at dressing it up. All in all woeful. I would be embarrassed to be associated with it. ?? 1
Caz austin (14Apr19): So disappointed, had been looking forward to taking youngest grandson to see one of his favourite characters and story. The show didn't stick with the story at all,started slowly with rubbish not connected to the story and didn't involve the kids very much. Compared with other recent shows very poor. 1
john mills (16Mar19):

Was excited to take my son to watch Zog, but that was woeful. I don’t think I’ve ever heard so many kids asking to go home from something designed for them. This is our third trip to the theatre in the past six months, but this was self-indulgent, amateurish, rubbish. I pretty sure you could design the whole set, costumes and props for the price a few patrons would have spent. Total waste of time and money.

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