Seeing Red

'Seeing Red' is a modern retelling of the Little Red Riding Hood tale, full of red-related surprises, a pinch of feminism and a mini mob of original puppet characters; all crammed into one large, furry suitcase!

A rib cage woodland emerges from the folds of the trunk's fur and Red meets the wolf, formed from the innards and outers of the trunk itself. As Gran and Red contemplate their fate inside the wolf's stomach, a flash of motivation leads our heroine to 'see red' and plan a dramatic escape...

This is a show that reminds all children that it's okay to be angry and that little girls have just as much courage as anyone else. Including the big bad wolf!

The performances include a treasure hunt around Heathbrook Park that will lead you to the wolf....

We start at 12.30pm, where you'll get 30 minutes treasure hunting that leads to a 1.00pm performance... and we do the whole thing again at 3.30pm (with up to 30 mins treasure hunting) with a 4.00pm show.

Please remember to socially distance. We will ask you to sanitise your hands and stay in groups. Part of Hidden Heathbrook, a full day of family fun and creativity. Commissioned by Applause Rural Touring with support from Wandsworth Council through a WAF grant.

Event Dates Live in Venue

Heathbrook Park / 10 July, 12.30pm — 1.20pmFree, no booking required

Heathbrook Park / 10 July, 3.30pm — 4.20pmFree, no booking required

A little girl in a red cloak who is stood with a grey, furry suitcase

Event Information

Heathbrook Park
St. Rule Street


Children / FamilyTheatre / Performance


Live Outdoor


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