What the Papers Say

Here’s what the papers have to say about Theatre Hullabaloo and the plays we’ve toured…

World Day of Theatre for Children and Young People, March 20th 2017 March 20th is ASSITEJ World Day of Theatre for Children and is celebrated worldwide through the campaign Take a Child to the ...
Review of Luna, David Whetstone, The Chronicle ,14th December 2016  So many things pitched at very young children should patently not be – too big, too loud, too much for the parents or carers r...
"Coupled with high production values and meticulous direction from Dani Parr, this is a show which audience members young and old will thoroughly enjoy." Review by Peter Lathan, for British Theatre...
We're thrilled that publication Teaching Drama have included us in their latest Spring edition. Writer Susan Elkin spoke to our Creative Producer Miranda Thain about all things Theatre Hullabaloo a...
Review: Angel (2014) Children's Theatre Reviews There have been quite a few plays recently about the relationship between young people and pensioners, and a number of these deal with illness in ...
Review: Angel (2012) Northern Echo Miriam has lost her door key. She's also lost her shopping list and now her shopping bag, but she can remember school sports day, all those years ago and her ...
Review: Angel (2012) British Theatre Guide For a children's theatre company to produce a play aimed at age 10 and above about the relationship between young and old and dealing with dementia and...
The Stage (September, 2014) Hullabaloo gains permanent home in former fire station Darlington Borough Council has agreed to spend £425,000 on the purchase of a former fire station to create a f...
Northern Echo (July, 2014) Darlington theatre company wins funding for children's theatre Funding for a new flagship theatre for children in the North-East has been hailed as a “dream come tru...
Review: Luna (2014) The Public Reviews Devising a show to keep 2-5 year-olds amused for 50 minutes has to be a leap in the dark. But this dark has the magic of moonbeams and the wonder of stars ...
Review: Luna (2014) South Wales Echo Children's shows tend to be split into two camps - those big budget affairs that provide a blitzkrieg to the senses or those polar opposites which are small ...