The Fairy Academy

The Fairy Academy

The Fairy Academy

The Fairy Academy

June 24 - July 9

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Though they may be little, we bet they can be fierce (in a good way!).

So what better way for your little ones to take first steps into the magical world of theatre than this specially-produced partner project to A Midsummer Night’s Dream?

Enrol in the world’s most magical academy where children of all ages will learn how to become a fully-qualified magical being.

Join Narcissus and Pinewood, two of the most decorated fairy professors, as they take you through all the steps on becoming a fully qualified fairy. Whilst undergoing their training, the academy receives a special message from Queen Titania sending them on a special mission. Along the way, cadets find a magical wishing tree where they can leave their personal messages on a wishing leaf. Eventually, the academy complete their mission and save the day making them fully-qualified fairies!

With the grand finale of a graduation ceremony where our fantastic ‘students’ will receive an honorary magical degree and, of course, their own fairy wings which they get to keep forever!

Supported by spectacular sound and vision, this enchanting event engages and captivates youngsters, bringing them under the spell of a story they will never forget.

Written by Mike Groves, who has previously worked on David Walliams’ Gangsta Granny UK Tour, as well as Horrible Histories’ Barmy Britain, it’s a relaxed and fun event where everyone joins in at their own pace.

Part of the renowned Stafford Shakespeare hub, The Fairy Academy is an associate production of A Midsummer Night’s Dream, which runs from June 23 – July 9.

It’s as magical as it is memorable and the memories will last forever.

Just like those fairy wings . . .

Please note: Children must be accompanied by an adult (£5.00). For further information, please contact the Box Office.

Suggested age group: 5-9yrs

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11 am, 3:30 pm


£5, £12

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  • A magical event in every sense