The Witham, Barnard Castle
11 April @ 11.00
Chicken Licken: a TaleJam: come and join in the storytelling antics of a musical band trying to tell the tale of a young chick who can’t decide what to do.
Bishop Auckland Town Hall
10 April @ 2:00
TaleGate Theatre’s The Little Mermaid is a fast-paced Easter Pantomime featuring pop songs, magic and puppets which is "guaranteed to make a splash".
14 & 15 April (various times)
Anton Benson Productions Ltd present Beauty and the Beast, an Easter panto starring Kerry Katona, Tricia Penrose, Basil Brush and Lauren Pratt.
18 & 19 April (various times)
David Baddiel’s AniMalcom is the story of Malcolm who doesn't like animals, which is a problem because his family love them, in fact, they're wild about them. Their house is full of pets of all shapes and sizes, but what it's NOT full of is stuff Malcolm likes. Such as the laptop he wanted for his birthday.
The Hullabaloo, Darlington
6, then 8—10 April (various times)
In the WinterWalker & Theatre Hullabaloo production Five, audiences are invited to join two dancers and a live musician as they use their eyes and ears, noses and mouths, fingers and feet to discover a world of play that" makes the ordinary extraordinary". (For ages 3–6)
Gala Theatre, Durham
14 & 15 April @ 2:00 & 4:00
Chicken Licken: a TaleJam, a new play for children imviting them to join in the storytelling antics of a musical band trying to tell the tale of a young chick who can’t decide what to do.