Classic children’s book gets a theatre twist

Little Red Hen

Little Red Hen

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This year’s festive production from The Berry Theatre in Eastleigh continues its great work in supporting the Rainbow Trust children’s charity.

Founded in 1986, the charity supports families caring for a child with a life-threatening or terminal illness.

This year, the theatre will be showing a production of The Little Red Hen, a classic children’s story written by Margot Zemach.

However, putting a modern twist on the tale, the story features a pig with an iPod, a rat with a mobile phone and a lazy cow with a fake tan.

The play will run from December 12-24 at The Berry Theatre in Hedge End - tickets will cost £11 with £9 concessions, and are available at

Little Red HEN

The Berry Theatre

December 12 - 24

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