Arts & Culture

Much-loved children’s book adapted for the West End Stage

The much loved children’s book – What the Ladybird Heard – will continue to entertain families this Summer as it takes to the West End stage.

The production on at the Palace Theatre aims to bring smiles to kids’ faces after such a tough year.

What the Ladybird Heard is on at the Palace Theatre from today till the 29th of August.

Henry has been speaking to two of the actors in the adaptation.

 

Henry Thomas-Aldridge 15th July 2021

TagArts & Culture, LocationWestminster

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