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A woman in a red riding hood is looking at some beautiful red flowers being held out to her by a man dressed as a wolf.
Photo (c) Alex Brenner
Lyngo Theatre presents

Little Red Riding Hood

A wardrobe can take you to magical spaces, to all sorts of stories and wonderful places. Ours is a portal to the wild wood where something is roaming the forest, animals are mysteriously going missing, and a little girl has just received a beautiful red cloak from her granny...

Date & Time
The Coro

Standard / Under 18: £12
Student / Access: £10
Unwaged: £6
Family offer (any combination of 4 Standard & Under 18 including one of each): £38

Prices inclusive of £1 booking fee per ticket

Coro Members save 10%
Coro Members don’t pay booking fees

Additional details

Members on-sale: Tue 28 Feb 10am
Public on-sale: Thu 2 Mar 10am

Age guidance: 3+

Doors open 45 minutes before each performance

There is no interval

By booking you agree to our Conditions of Sale and Entry including our refund policy.

Open the magical doors to a fantastic display of gorgeous garments before heading down the garden path and out into the snowy wild wood, catching catchy songs on the wind and spotting hilarious puppets between the trees as you go.

But beware: a wolf in granny’s clothing knows all about what fun dressing-up can be… We’re sure you’ll say what a great show we’ve got – all the better to thrill you with!

Book tickets

  • 12.00pm - 12.50pm
  • 2.00pm - 2.50pm

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