Fantastic Fringe Shows for 8-11 Year Olds

Fantastic Fringe Shows for 8-11 Year Olds

04 Apr 2017 Posted by: Stuart Willis
Here’s a look at our favourite shows for families with kids aged 8 – 11 year’s old. 

Doktor James’ academy of evil

When: 27th May – 4th June
Where: 3 Waterloo Street
Get tickets here: Doktor James' Akademy of Evil
Doktor James is sick of living at home and not being taken seriously as a supervillain.
He is really, really naughty and he just wants to beat his superhero brother and take over the world. But he is kind of rubbish... he needs your help!
Prepare for fiendish tasks as he finds the most mischievous children and trains them up to be real life supervillains.
(Parents allowed)

Mr Danger’s Really safe show

When: 6th May – 3rd June
Where: Old Steine Gardens
Get tickets here: Mr Danger's Really Safe Show
Mr Danger is a damaged former daredevil who learnt his lesson the hard way. That lesson being: Don’t try to jump a motorcycle over 20 double decker buses with a bag on your head.
Fusing character comedy, clowning, storytelling and puppetry, Mr Danger performs his incredible, mind-bogglingly insane stunts with the bravado of Evel Knievel, and the mental tenacity of a shell-shocked guinea pig.
Follow him now on a journey to rediscover his self-confidence, as he rejects his old Master, the radical Captain Bang, recreates past glories, and attempts to pull off the ultimate stunt.

Wake Up Alice

When: 3rd – 4th June
Where: Dyke Road Park
Get tickets here: Wake Up Alice!
Award-winning and inclusive Youth Theatre Company Brightonshed in collaboration with Theatreshed bring their interpretation of 'Alice in
Wonderland' to Brighton Fringe.
Expect an interactive leap down the rabbit hole, where we can explore "who we are" and question how we shake off our labels to make our dreams a reality. You have never met an Alice quite like this one!

Woodland Tribe

When: 5th May – 4th June
Where: St Peter's Church North
Get tickets here: Woodland Tribe
Help create a unique adventure playground! Over the course of Brighton Fringe, children and adults of all ages can use hammers, nails, saws, rope and a huge quantity of wood to co-create the play space of their dreams! Evening sessions include a free drink in the ticket price.
Build a den, help construct the play castle, or make something small to take home. Each session of two hours is a dynamic mix of design and build. There is a maximum of 30 places per session so book early!


When: 6th – 7th May, 1st-2nd June
Where: St Peter’s Church North
Get tickets here: Macbeth
Embarking on a tale of ambition, blood and murder of their own, Mac and Lady Mac build a fast food empire. With a healthy dose of nutritional advice thrown in, who knew a story of witches, ghosts and murder could be this much fun?!
Pocket Oxford Theatre’s madcap extravaganzas are the perfect introduction to the Bard’s timeless stories. With plenty of audience participation, as well as key lines from the original text, they are noisy, fast-paced and cool for kids – making Shakespeare something not to be afraid of!
Other shows to look out for:
Science Magic
Seska: Fruit Salad
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Brighton Fringe runs 5 May to 4 June.
Tickets are on sale now!
Visit or call 01273 917272 to book.

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