Dogs Don't Do Ballet

A Little Angel Theatre Production

Biff is not like ordinary dogs. He likes moonlight. And music. And walking on his tiptoes.
You see, Biff doesn’t think he’s a dog, Biff thinks he’s a ballerina...
The sublime and the ridiculous combine in this hilarious story of a small dog with a big personality and even bigger dreams, brought to life using beautiful puppets, well-loved ballet music and dazzling comedy.

This play is based on the original book Dogs Don’t Do Ballet © 2010 text by Anna Kemp, illustrations by Sara Ogilvie. First published in the United Kingdom by Simon and Schuster UK Ltd.

Running Time: 45 minutes. Suitable for ages 2+

Based on the book by Anna Kemp with illustrations by Sara Ogilvie, published by Simon and Schuster Ltd.
Adapted by David Duffy and Andrea Sadler
Directed by David Duffy
Puppet Design by Keith Frederick
Set Design by Tim Sykes
Sound Designed and Recorded by Reuben Cornell
Piano performed by Alex Carter

If you only take your children to one show make sure that it is ‘Dogs Don’t Do Ballet’.....the production is enchanting, hilarious, expertly performed and suitable for all ages.

Bryony Hegarty, N16 Magazine

Productions at the Little Angel Theatre are always a delight, but I don’t think I’ve ever heard so much children’s laughter ringing out around the converted chapel as at Dog’s Don’t Do Ballet...

Emma Bartholomew, Hackney Gazette

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