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Royal Albert Hall provides families with things to do in London in November
Published: Wednesday 10th of November 2010
An adaptation of Roald Dahl's classic tale Fantastic Mr Fox will be performed at the venue's Elgar Room between November 25th and 28th.
The show has been produced by the Little Angel Theatre and is directed by Steve Tiplady.
Mr Fox is pursued throughout the play by three farmers, Boggis, Bunce and Bean, who devise a number of tricky traps in an attempt to get rid of the pest.
However, Mr Fox's wit and determination prove too much for the farmers, especially when he dreams up a scheme of his own.
The show has been deemed suitable for children aged four years old and above.
Tourists can complement their visit to watch the play with a tour of the venue, led by highly trained and knowledgeable guides.
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Posted by Kevin Smith
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