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7 to 24 Jul 2021
Regent's Park Open Air Theatre
Image courtesy Regent's Park Open Air Theatre
People say that in a time long, long ago, animals walked on two feet and spoke with words, like we do.
And back then it was known by everyone that the cleverest of all the animals in the kingdom was a spider - the infamous Anansi - the original trickster and the master spinner of yarns.
But sometimes Anansi could be a little too clever for his own good …
Created and directed by Unicorn Theatre Artistic Director Justin Audibert, this retelling of the classic West African and Caribbean folk tales, for ages 3 - 7, will be bought vividly to life for all ages to enjoy outdoors on the theatre lawn.
Background information, advisory warnings
Age suitability: Ages: 3 - 7
Social media & info
London NW1 4NU
Performance days & times
Mon - Wed & Fri: 11am & 1pm
Author: Created by Justin Audibert
Director: Justin Audibert
Production: Unicorn Theatre and Regent's Park Theatre