Tom says he can't understand his little sister Ruby. She always wants to be someone else: a pop star, a model, a princess... Ruby says she just wants to be a grown-up, with no one telling her what to do, how to dress and where to go... Mum says you should be careful what you wish for....!
A delightful new play taking a light-hearted look at the pressure of consumerism on young minds and learning what happiness really means. With tours in schools, regional theatres and London’s West End, Pied Piper has touched the hearts and imaginations of hundreds of thousands of children for nearly 30 years.
Great Gran’s Great Games 2011/12 ‘Pied Piper took some important themes and delivered an entertaining and delightful drama. The young audience on Sunday was delighted but there was plenty for parents to think about too. ‘Brighton Argus Laura’s Star 2010/11 ‘A Shining Example of Children’s Theatre’ Surrey Advertiser The Big ENORMOUS Present 2009/10 ‘Exciting, funny and deeply poignant, The Big Enormous Present was an absolute gift.’ Chichester Observer