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Grimm's fairytale. The classic story of two children sent into the woods. Unable to find their way home, they find a cottage made of cake and candy. Here lives a wicked witch who locks Hansel in a cage and tries to fatten him up ready for her to eat. Featuring a life-size, edible gingerbread house, this production follows Hansel and Gretel as they travel deeper and deeper into a dark, forbidding forest. There, in the shadows, you might glimpse a figure in a red hood chased by a wolf, or a witch's hut standing tall on chicken legs; all manner of magical beasts lurk in these woods. Promenading round the grounds of St Paul's Church, this immersive fairytale is guaranteed to fright and delight curious children and adventurous adults alike.Book by Grimm's Brothers. Company Iris Theatre. Adapted by Daniel Winder. Director Amy Draper.
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