Plop, a fluffy barn owl, is a little unlike other barn owls for he is afraid of the dark. His Mother - like most - worries about him, so sets him off into the night to overcome his fear.
Plop meets many characters along the way, including a cat, little girl and an old lady. They all help to show him the beauty of the night, and how there are different - less scary - types of dark.
This stage adaptation of Jill Tomlinson's beloved story has been directed by Lee Lyford. It is a sweet tale of facing fears and challenges, whilst making friends along the way.
Suitable for ages 2-6
|What||The Owl Who Was Afraid of the Dark, Unicorn Theatre|
|Where||The Unicorn Theatre, 147 Tooley St, London, SE1 2HZ | MAP|
|Nearest tube||London Bridge (underground)|
13 Sep 16 – 21 Nov 16, Performance times vary
|Website||Click here to book tickets now|