Immersive Production ‘Little Fox’s Christmas Garden’ Visits The Brook Theatre

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Little Fox’s Christmas Garden will visit The Brook Theatre in Chatham next month, offering an immersive experience for three to six-year-olds and their grown-ups.

The show is centred around Little Fox and Big Fox, who undertake a magical journey to lift an evil queen’s spell and save Christmas.

The production allows children to experience theatre interactively, giving them the opportunity to join in with dance, songs and games, and even help to make it snow.

Artistic director Nancy Hirst said: “As creative companies, we are looking forward to welcoming young children and their families back to The Brook Theatre for another interactive festive adventure, this time into Little Fox’s magical world.

“We all believe that the best theatre experiences happen when audiences can be involved and immersed in the story.

“Christmas shows hold a special place in many people’s hearts, and we hope, for some, this show will be a memorable entry into the world of theatre.”

The show has been created by Icon Theatre, Loop Dance Company and Play On Words Theatre, all based at The Brook Theatre. They have collaborated for over a decade to create annual festive productions for young children.

They bring favourite animal friends to life, with previous titles including Sammie the Sheep Saves Christmas, The Little Lost Frog and the Christmas Wish and The Lion Who Came for Christmas.

Performances of Little Fox’s Christmas Garden run from 3-24 December, with tickets available from Medway Tickets Live.

Words by Julius Lawless-Master


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