The Little Things Theatre

Big Topics for Little Ones

The Little Things Theatre is a children’s theatre company based in Bristol. We aim to create performances that feed the imagination, nourish the soul and inspire the mind, presenting current topics to young audiences in a clear and exciting way.

Tickets are now on sale here for our Christmas show, SNOW DAY at The Station, 21st – 23rd December! 

Our mission is to:

Feed the imagination

We want to create theatre that is engaging, exciting and educational – and most of all, fun! We want to expose the magic of live performance to fuel children’s natural creativity and imagination.

Nourish the soul

We are big believers in the importance of theatre for children. We want to ensure that theatre specifically for children continues to be made, that enriches their lives.

Inspire the mind

We aim to encourage children to think and question, creating work that will excite their curiosity and spark interest in topics they may not otherwise encounter.

Engage with current topics

By simplifying big topics, we want to ensure that everyone feels they can be involved and part of the discussion. We want to encourage a dialogue between generations and entertain both children and their parents alike.

Listen to A Worm’s Home:

A Worm’s Home

William Warburton the Worm is very happy in his flowerpot, munching on soil and watching the world go by… until one day a big nasty storm knocks over his home and leaves him stranded!

Join this little Worm on his journey, as he meets some roly poly Woodlice, an excellently camouflaged Stick Insect and a bossy Landlady-bird. We invite children and their families to get involved, with actions, songs and dressing up, to help the little Worm find a new home, overcome obstacles and make new friends. Click here for more info.

We are very excited to share with you an audio recording of the play – listen to it here.

“Theatre feeds the heart and nourishes the soul and enlarges the spirit … children need the arts as much as they need fresh air.”

Phillip Pullman, 2004

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