The Wolves of Willoughby Chase – Stream
Whilst we sadly have had to cancel performances of The Wolves of Willoughby Chase, we are determined to bring some festive magic to our Greenwich Theatre audience!
Therefore, we are delighted to announce we will be STREAMING the performance from Boxing Day for a limited time only.
For only £5, join two brave and determined girls as they fight against ferocious wolves and battle their way through snowy wastelands to defeat their very evil guardian, Miss Slighcarp.
To buy your ticket, simply:
- Purchase your 2:30pm, 2nd January ticket. Don’t worry. This link will be valid from your time of purchase until 2nd January.
- Select e-ticket in the checkout
- On the e-ticket, there is an URL to enter into web browser. This is available to you from 26th December – 2nd January
You only need one ticket per household and full access to the production until the 11:59pm on 1st January.
This exciting, fun filled adaptation of Joan Aiken’s classic children’s novel sees cousins Bonnie and Sylvia and their friend Simon the Gooseboy encountering a host of unforgettable characters as they discover that the wolves roaming the forests and fields outside may not be as dangerous as the wolfish adults plotting inside…
Writer Joan Aiken won the Guardian Children’s Fiction Prize, the Edgar Allen Poe Award and was awarded an MBE for her services to children’s literature in 1999.
A magical, musical, wintry treat, this socially distanced family production is the perfect way to celebrate the festive season in true theatrical style.
Adapted by Russ Tunney
Directed by James Haddrell
What the reviews say:
“an utter joy… gripping, inspiring, original and, best of all, enormous fun… a tremendous piece of feel-good family entertainment…”
“The adaption is very clever, the acting is of a very high standard… so perfect”
“Joan Aiken’s The Wolves of Willoughby chase is a masterpiece as far as I’m concerned. This classic had me gripped to the book, I literally couldn’t get away!”
The Guardian on Joan Aiken’s novel
“The story has all the ingredients of a rollicking children’s thriller; a gritty young heroine, absent parents, a wicked governess, an old mansion house with secret passages, moors inhabited by wolves and just enough unreality to make sure there are no nightmares at bedtime.”
British Theatre Guide on Russ Tunney’s adaptation
Suitable for ages 6 and up
Running time: 90 minutes (no interval)