Red is off to take cakes and sweets to her ill Granny who lives far, far away in the enchanted woods. On the way she meets a stranger who is very interested in Granny and all may not be quite as it seems... Grandma has big eyes and teeth and she’s hairy. Very hairy!
How will Red make it to Granny’s house? Will all the treats, cakes and sweets make it, too? And who is the stranger she meets along the way?
Join us to see a tale as old as time: Little Red Riding Hood get the My First Panto treatment as All-In Productions and The Garage embark on this Christmas production together following the success of last year’s smash hit My First Panto: Cinderella.
A family friendly experience, in a relaxed setting for your little ones to participate in theatre for the first time; babies can be fed and children play along with the action.
My First Panto: Little Red Riding Hood is the event the whole family can enjoy.
Age: 1-6 but fun for all the family!
Running time: 60 minutes
Especially designed for those with complex needs and supported with sign language. there will be relaxed performances on the following dates:
For more information or to book for the relaxed performances please contact The Garage directly on 01603 283382
Tickets: £11 adult / £7 child / under 1's go free
Bookings: 01603 598646 / online here
To book for the relaxed performances please contact The Garage directly on 01603 283382
Cast & Creatives
My First Panto: Little Red Riding Hood Cast & Creatives
LISA WRIGHT - Red
Training: Liverpool Institute for Performing Arts
Theatre credits include: Sunny Afternoon (UK Tour) and Someone Once Told Me (The Lantern Theatre, Liverpool).
Workshops/Recordings include: Eye of the Storm, Someone Once Told Me and What Goes On In Front of Closed Doors.
Other Credits: Lisa is a country-influenced singer-songwriter and her EP's Before I Die and Wednesday's Child entered into the iTunes Country Charts at No.3 - making her the only British artist in the Top 30. She gained her support from the BBC who recognised her as one of their 'Sound of 2017's'.
OLIVER GRANT – Mum/Wolf
Oliver is an actor, musician and puppeteer.
He trained at the Royal Central School of Speech and Drama. He has performed in the UK/South Africa tour of War Horse (National Theatre), Stick Man (Scamp/UK Tour), Otto and the Robin (Angel Exit), As You Like It (Watch Your Head) and Babe The Sheep Pig (Polka Theatre/UK tour). Most recently he has worked on the Flute Theatre and English Touring Theatre co-productions of Twelfth Night (Almagro International Festival, Spain) and A Midsummer Night’s Dream (Orange Tree Theatre).
He is looking forward to spending Christmas at The Garage.
JOANNA BROWN – Violet/Granny
Joanna graduated from Rose Bruford Drama School as an Actor-Musician.
Theatre work has included The Scarecrow's Wedding (Scamp Theatre, UK Tour), Alice In Wonderland (Derby Theatre), Gatsby (Union Theatre, Southwark), A Midsummer Night's Dream (Theatre In The Forest and Red Rose Chain), The Princess and The Pea (Tutti Frutti).
Whilst studying she played Rapunzel in Into The Woods, Betty Parris in The Crucible and Princess of France in Love’s Labour’s Lost.
DANIEL BURGESS - Director
Daniel is Artistic Director of All-In Productions, based in the Eastern regions; All-In Productions create s work for audiences who don’t normally engage with theatre. All-In will be presenting My First Panto: Little Red Riding Hood at The Garage this Christmas.
Directing credits include: Rules For Being A Man, Zero For The Young Dudes (The Garage and Norwich Playhouse), My First Panto: Cinderella, (The Garage) The Sweethearts (The Finborough Theatre), The Little Blue Boat And The Secret Of The Broads (The New Wolsey and Latitude), Guardian Angels (Park Theatre), Actors Platform Showcase (Tristan Bates), The Dispossessed (Etcetera Theatre), Days Of Significance, Caucasian Chalk Circle and The Nativity (Theatre Royal Norwich Youth Company), The Pillowman (Norwich Playhouse), Award Nominated Production of In The Blood, Beating Heart Cadaver, Sign Of The Times (Finborough Theatre), Waterton’s Wild Menagerie, (Theatre503), Coming And Going (Poole Lighthouse Theatre), Christie In Love (Edinburgh Festival).
As Associate: As You Like It (The Globe), Orpheus And Eurydice (produced by NYT at The Old Vic Tunnels), Dorothy And The Lost Princess Of Oz (Theatre Royal Norwich).
As Assistant: Anne Boleyn (English Touring Theatre and The Globe), As You Like It (The Globe), A Day At The Racists, Moliere Or The League Of Hypocrites and Too True To Be Good (Finborough Theatre), Skylight and The Ugly One (Norwich Playhouse).
LLOYD GORMAN - Composer
Lloyd trained at Rose Bruford College.
Theatre credits include: The Jungle Book (Northampton Royal & Derngate and Chichester Festival Theatre, UK Tour) Sunny Afternoon (Harold Pinter Theatre, West End); Nicobobinus (LOST Theatre, UK Tour); Worst Wedding Ever (Salisbury Playhouse, Tour) Saturday Night (Arts Theatre, West End); Our House (New Wolsey Theatre, UK Tour); My First Panto: Cinderella (The Garage); The Story Giant (Marine Theatre, UK Tour); Faust (Greenwich Theatre); Anyone Can Whistle (Jermyn Street); Pinocchio (Tolmen Centre); The Wonderful Wizard of Oz, Sweeney Todd, Romeo and Juliet, David Copperfield, White Nights and The Nose and Harmless (Octagon Theatre, Bolton); Fewer Emergencies (Deptford Albany); Grimethorpe Race (Arcola); Treasure Island (UK Tour).
TV credits include: Tittybangbang (BBC).
Other credits: Without a Dowry (workshop – National Theatre).
Composing Credits: My First Panto: Cinderella (All-In Productions and The Garage); The Pillowman (Theatre Royal Actors Company); Grimethorpe Race (Arcola Theatre).
Visual stories are a visual resource for children and young adults with Autism, Aspergers, Sensory Processing Disorder and associated conditions. These resources are intended to help prepare any visitors for a new experience and to help them to become familiar with the surroundings and situation. You can download the Visual Story for My First Panto: Little Red Riding Hood here.
My First Panto: Little Red Riding Hood