The Brave Tin Soldier

Meet the little Brave Tin Soldier who stands upon one leg - he wants nothing more than to be loved. Join him on his exciting journey where he meets a whole bunch of colourful characters! This Hans Christian Andersen classic story told by Andy Owens and Amy-Jane Ollies, will enchant audiences of all ages.

In Development – Pay What You Decide

At Theatre Hullabaloo, we like to support theatre makers in testing and developing new work for children and we often need audience guinea pigs to help us understand how to make it the best it can be.

These storytelling sessions are still in development as opposed to being a fully polished performance, so rather than charge a ticket price, we’ve chosen to give you the option to Pay what you Decide.

Tickets are  available to book in advance as usual, but there is no obligation for you to pay until after you have seen the show. You can then decide on a price which you think is suitable based on your experience, which means if you haven’t enjoyed it at all, you don’t have to pay anything. Please note that the option to pay what you decide will be cash only. As these ideas are in development, we’d also be really grateful for any feedback you have on what you enjoyed, bits you didn’t understand and things you’d love to see in the final show. There will be fun ways to feedback at the end of the session.

Our artists are all pretty brilliant so we’re sure you’ll have a great time. All money collected will help Theatre Hullabaloo pay the artists who have performed, and we therefore hope you will give generously.

Paper Boy Productions

Paper Boy Productions are Andy Owens and Amy-Jane Ollies. Andy graduated Guilford School of Acting in 2015. He is currently touring the UK in the cast of Blood Brothers and has worked extensively with children and young people; conducting workshops across the South East. Amy-Jane graduated the University of Salford in 2012, she is also touring the UK in the cast of Blood Brothers, has self-published children’s stories and produced/directed numerous plays in the North West.