The Hunt for the Scroobious Pip

The Hunt for the Scroobious Pip. Photograph: Tony Bartholomew

The Hunt for the Scroobious Pip. Photograph: Tony Bartholomew

The writer/director team of Andrew Pollard and Adam Sunderland have a fine reputation for turning slightly old-fashioned children’s classics into engagingly low-budget entertainments. They have previously made minimalist masterpieces out of Heidi and The Water Babies: now it’s the turn of Edward Lear’s inspired nonsense verse, whose relative neglect among children’s theatre-makers is as mysterious as the elusive Pip itself.

Read the full review at guardian.co.uk. Also The Stage.

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