Little Red Riding Hood at The Berry Theatre, Hedge End

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It’s Christmas Eve at Grandma’s house and what a big wardrobe Grandma’s got.

It’s impossible to sleep when there’s a tale to be told about big hungry wolves that would swallow you down in one gulp.

Written by Olivier award-winning Mike Kenny, Little Red Riding Hood gives the traditional tale an enchanting twist just perfect for ages four plus and their grown-ups.

The show will run from December 11-24 at Hedge End’s The Berry Theatre and is directed by artistic director Owen Calvert-Lyons.

Simon Slater is composing the show which gives this version of the family favourite a charming, exciting twist.

Tickets are £11 with £9 concessions and £7 school group prices, with an offer of buy 10 tickets and get the 11th free.

The show runs from December 11-24.

Relaxed performances take place on Friday, December 11 and Monday, December 14 at 10.30am on both days.

For more information visit or phone the box office on (023) 8065 2333.