Join us for a re-telling of the Little Red Riding Hood story that’s deliciously funny and full of dangerously dark twists.
Alice spends virtually all her time in Wolf Wood.
You know, the world’s deepest, darkest online game. Why not?
Her dad isn’t around, her mother’s gone to Canada to meet a lumberjack and her best friend’s dumped her for a YouTube star.
But what happens when the people you meet online come looking for you in real life?
Who can you trust, and who is the Big Bad Wolf?
Brought to you by Barnstorm, this re-telling of the Little Red Riding Hood story is a digital fairy tale that’s deliciously funny and full of dangerously dark twists.
Suitable for children aged 9+.
Barnstorm Theatre Company was founded in Kilkenny in 1991 by current Artistic Director Philip Hardy. In the last 27 years, Barnstorm has become synonymous with high-quality professional theatre for young audiences. It provides the widest possible access to this work by touring theatres and arts centres throughout Ireland and in the United Kingdom.
Barnstorm believes that an audience of children has the same right to the highest standards of production as an adult audience.
Seat allocation: To allow for social distancing while Covid restrictions apply, you will not have an option to select your own seat during the booking process. Your seat number will be assigned before the event by our Box Office staff to maximise social distancing between patron groups. If anyone on your group has accessibility requirements or specific seating requests, please contact the Box Office after purchasing your ticket at email@example.com or phone 066 7123055 so we can accommodate your needs if possible.
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Proof of immunity: In line with current COVID - 19 guidelines, you will need to present a valid vaccine certificate or recovery certificate (downloaded onto your phone or printed) along with valid ID, in order to enter the venue for live events. We ask that you have these items ready when you arrive. Those aged under 18 are not required to produce any proof of immunity.
Symptoms: If you, or any member of your party, experience symptoms of COVID-19 in the 14 days prior to an event or has been advised to restrict movement as a close contact, we ask that you/they do not attend the event. Please contact the Box Office by phone or by email and we will provide a refund.
Masks: Patrons over the age of 13 must wear a face covering for the duration of their visit to the premises.
HSE contact tracing: Siamsa Tíre is obliged to facilitate HSE contact tracing in the case of notifiable public health incident at the event. Patrons who have booked multiple tickets may be required to provide contact tracing information to the HSE for all individuals in their group.
‘"Swift captures the zeitgeist of young people’s world by pervasive social media” ’
‘"We sat mesmerised and impressed in the face of a story well told, but also incredibly well-acted. Theatre at its best." - Kilkenny People ’