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Little Red Riding Hood

‘The Deep Dark Wood is a place of mystery. The path will guide you safely through but beyond the path is where the magic begins. The travelling players know the way, so join them on their next adventure. You may meet three little pigs, a girl with a magic cape and a rather misunderstood wolf!’

Continuing a run of fine family fun that brought you the Frog Prince and last year’s Rumpelstiltskin, Forest Forge Theatre have teamed up with Bumblefly Theatre again to bring you a traditional dollop of storytelling with madcap humour, memorable songs and beautiful imagery.

Touring to communities and villages from November 30th 2019 – January 19th 2019

Book your tickets to see Little Red Riding Hood at Hampshire Cultural Trust's Ashcroft Arts Centre, Fareham now! 

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