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What are you and the kids doing for lunch?

Bring them to the Menier Chocolate Factory where we will nourish their imaginations with a lunchtime play reading, created specially for the under 8's by some of Britains leading playwrights. These playwrights usually write for adults but they have taken on the challenge of capturing the hearts and minds of the most honest and spontaneous audience out there!

What would you do if your teacher was replaced with a troll and how would you save your mum from a huge hole in the sitting room floor? What would happen if your giant sandwich knocked out a passing pig? Six stunning stories, brilliantly brought to life.

The Chocolate Factory will be serving a healthy, tasty, great value kids meal deal before the show.

PAINES PLOUGH - "With this thought-provoking but thoroughly entertaining new work, Paines Plough remains at the pinnacle of new British Theatre" Metro

HALF MOON - "London's unique theatre for young people" Time Out


Tuesday 22 March @ 1pm
Do You See What I See? by Jennifer Farmer

Wednesday 23 March @ 1pm
Clarence Carbuncle and the Kingdom of Sherbetter by Chloe Moss

Thursday 24 March @ 1pm
Our Teacher's a Troll by Dennis Kelly

Thursday 31 March @ 1pm
The Hole Story by Mark Ravenhill, with Aflie Buck

Friday 1 April @ 1pm
Hartleby, Oooglemore and Jeramee by Gary Owen

Saturday 2 April @ 1pm
Monster Mum by Abi Morgan

Children - £2 / Adults - £4

Tickets can be booked in advance by debit/credit card through the Half Moon Box OfficeAvailable from Half Moon's Box Office on 020 7709 8900
or by emailing:

Tickets will be available at the Chocolate Factory on the day of performance only. Payment must be by cash or cheque.

Performances are at the
Menier Chocolate Factory
53 Southwark Street

web site

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