Little Bo Peep has lost her sheep and can’t fall asleep without them!

Watch the adventures of Bo Peep unravel  this Easter as she tries to rescue her woolly friends! Counting her sheep always sends Bo Peep off to sleep by bedtime, but with no sign of them yet, she’ll be up all night searching. Bo Peep needs you and your family’s help to save her little lambkins from danger so come along to help her bring them home in time for bed! 

Knuckle and Joint, an award winning puppetry company co-founded by Rebecca O’Brien and Peter Morton, and Creative Learning at the Churchill Theatre have teamed up to bring you this brand new magical adaptation of the well-loved nursery rhyme, Little Bo Peep. Rebecca O’Brien is a local artist to Bromley, growing up in Beckenham and attending Langley Park School for Girls from 2002 – 2009. 

The Churchill Theatre provided Rebecca with many of her first theatre experiences and helped to stir her passion for the stage so she is thrilled to return to where it all started and to work in collaboration with Creative Learning at the Churchill Theatre. Rebecca wants to continue to share the same opportunities given to her with the next generation of theatre-goers and artists with this magical adaptation of Little Bo Peep.

The Adventures of Bo Peep is the perfect theatre introduction for your little ones with an interactive story and sensory learning. Look out for a flock of woollen puppets, original music and sheep themed silliness this Easter. 

The Adventures of Bo Peep is on at Churchill Theatre, High Street, Bromley, BR1 1HA 

From 9th – 18th April. Phone: 020 3285 6000

churchilltheatre.co.uk