Children’s classic Guess How Much I Love You is coming to the Playhouse in Norwich
- Credit: Barry Rivett
The much-loved classic children's book Guess How Much I Love You will be heading to Norwich Playhouse on October 27-28 following a West End run and spring tour earlier this year.
The production is brought to life by Selladoor, a dedicated company created specifically to produce work for families and young audiences, who are the producers behind well known productions like James And The Giant Peach, Seussical and The Owl And The Pussycat.
They believe children should be introduced to theatre at a young age to help develop their senses, imagination, playfulness and confidence.
Guess How Much I Love You will see Little and Big Nutbrown Hare leap off the page and onto the stage in a magical journey through the seasons as they compete to measure their love for each other in this timeless loveable story.
Directed by Anna Fox, the cast includes Gemma Higgins as Little Nutbrown Hare, Daniel Harkin as Big Nutbrown Hare and Jessica Dives as Mother Nature with the music composed by Harry Sever.
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'Following our short UAE tour in 2017 and a successful season in the West End and UK, we are delighted to bring Sam McBratney's beautiful story of friendship and discovery this Autumn, with Anita Jeram's beloved illustrations hopping from page to stage,' explains Executive Creative Producer David Hutchinson.
'Adapted faithfully from the household favourite book, Guess How Much I Love You is an affectionate, gentle and interactive story that both parents and children can enjoy together as the perfect introduction into live theatre.'
Tickets for this show are available for aged 3+ for £11.50 advance from the Playhouse website. The show runs from October 27-28.
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