By Tyler Ody
‘Rapunzel, Rapunzel let down your hair’
Discovered as a baby, Rapunzel is found and brought up by Mother Gothel, a clever herbalist known for her magical healing powers. As Rapunzel grows into a spirited and loving young woman, Mother Gothel locks her away in a tall tower deep in the forest to keep her safe.
Surrounded by thorny vines, Rapunzel’s dreams of escape seem doomed forever until she meets the wandering Tuscan Prince Patrizio. Together the couple hatch a plan to run away, but their happily-ever-after is ruined when they are separated by an evil trick. Alone and lost in the forest, will Rapunzel and Patrizio ever find each other again?
Join us for a lively adventure through the rolling hills and deep dark forests of Italy with music, magic pigs and plenty of surprises!
Rapunzel by Annie Siddons was first presented by Kneehigh Theatre at Battersea Arts Centre in December 2006.
Tickets from £12
Family Pass available until 17 December: 4 tickets from £40 - £80
Running time: TBC
Age guidance: Recommended for 4+
Guidance on Content: TBC
Relaxed performance: Saturday 3 December at 2.30pm
British Sign Integrated performance: Saturday 10 December at 2.30pm and Monday 12 December at 2.30pm
Audio Described performance: Saturday 17 December at 2.30pm with a Touch Tour at 1pm