For ages 7+
Festive. Heartfelt. Fun.
Cardiff, 1913. Christmas Eve. Stevie’s mum is a Suffragette, fighting for the right to vote. But Stevie just wants to fit in. Meanwhile, in the Grimmdom, Cinderella, Sleeping Beauty and Rapunzel are waiting for their Happy Ever After.
But when a storm transports Stevie to this magic land, things begin to change. None of the stories are happening like they were supposed to. Will everything end in disaster? Or can Stevie save the Grimmdom and find her own Once Upon a Time?
What can you expect?
Inspired by the famous fairy tales, Hannah McPake reimagines the world of the Brothers Grimm. Full of songs and laughter, this spectacular new Christmas show is performed by an exceptional cast of actor musicians.
Tales of the Brothers Grimm promises an enchanting theatre treat for everyone aged 7+.
Everything you need to know about Tales of the Brothers Grimm:
See your favourite fairytale characters in a new light
Everyone knows the fairytales of Cinderella, Sleeping Beauty and Rapunzel. But when Stevie is transported to the land of the Brothers Grimm, nothing goes to plan – giving us the perfect opportunity to reimagine these classic stories.
A spectacular show full of live music
Our talented cast of actor musicians perform all the music in the show.
This is a fun, joyous night out for all the family
Our show is full of hope, joy and the spirit of Christmas. Join us and share this enchanting story with family or friends.
We’re welcoming back some familiar faces
You might recognise some familiar faces among the cast – Hannah McPake and James Ifan return following their roles last year as Scrooge and Beau in A Christmas Carol, while Keiron Self returns following his role as Jacob Marley. This will be Keiron’s seventh Christmas show at the Sherman!
Be inspired to write your own story
We all have our own story to tell. And stories have the power to change the world. Follow the lead of our fairytale characters and be inspired to think differently about your own story.
The price of everything seems to be going up at the moment and we want to ensure that the cost of tickets is in reach of as many people as possible:
- Children and Under 25s can see Tales of the Brothers Grimm for half price.
- 2 adults and 2 children can see Tales of the Brothers Grimm from under £50 by buying 2 Band D tickets at £16 each and 2 Band D tickets at half price for children and under 25s at £8 each (subject to availability).
- Break down the cost of your tickets for the show into two equal payments, one when you book and the other a week before the performance. Call 029 2064 6900 to find out more (applies to bookings of £20 in value or more).
AD performance 10 December, 2:00pm – by Alasdair Sill
CAP performance 17 December, 2:00pm – by Erika James
CAP performance 28 December, 2:00pm – by Erika James
BSL performance 28 December, 2.00pm – BSL interpretation by Sami Dunn
BSL support in the Foyer before the performance by Claire Anderson (17 Dec) and Miriam Grimshaw (28 Dec).
Find out more about the Sherman’s Deaf Theatre Club.