Zog artwork. In the middle of the image, Zog, an orange dragon with a plaster on their right arm and a gold star pinned to their chest. Text to the left of Zog reads: ‘Five stars. A bright colourful musical to capture the magic of theatre. What’s Good to Do’. Text above Zog reads: ‘Bigger, brighter and more roar-some than ever!’. Text to the right of Zog reads: ‘Freckle productions in association with Rose Theatre present. Zog. Based on the book by Julia Donaldson & Axel Scheffler. Music & lyrics by Joe Stilgoe’. Adapted & Directed by Emma Kilbey. Background: a blue/navy gradient with light blue stars.
Three people wearing beanie hats with dragon ears operating small dragon puppets. On the left, a blue dragon, on the right a pink dragon and in the centre, on a raised platform is an orange dragon. Each operator wears an outfit the same colour as the dragon they are holding. The people are all smiling.
Photo (c) Mark Senior
Five cast members in marching poses, in a line with smiles on their faces. From left to right: a woman in a green dragon costume, a man in an orange dragon costume with an orange dragon puppet, a woman in a white doctors' coat and blue dress, a man in a knight's breastplate and a woman in a pink dragon's outfit.
Photo (c) Mark Senior
On the left, a man in an orange outfit holds an orange dragon while crouching on a wooden platform. A woman in a pink outfit holding a pink dragon sits next to him on the platform. On the right, a man wearing a knight costume stands tall with a smile on his face
Photo (c) Mark Senior
The cast in various poses, holding puppets. From left to right: a man in a blue dragon outifit, holding a blue dragon, a woman in a dress holding up a yellow frog, a woman in pink crouching down, holding a pink dragon and a man in an orange dragon outfit holding an orange dragon. In the background, underneath a yellow metal frame, a woman in a green outfit holding up a squirrel puppet
Photo (c) Mark Senior

Freckle Productions in association with Rose Theatre presents


Based on the book by Julia Donaldson and Axel Scheffler

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Large in size and keen in nature, Zog is eager to win a golden star at Madam Dragon’s school, where dragons learn all the things that dragons need to know. Zog tries so very hard, perhaps too hard, and he bumps, burns and roars his way through years one, two and three. Luckily, the plucky Princess Pearl patches him up ready to face his biggest challenge yet…a duel with knight, Sir Gadabout the Great!

The smash-hit stage adaptation from Freckle Productions (the team behind Zog and the Flying Doctors and Stick Man) is back and promises to be bigger, brighter and more roar-some than ever before! With lively songs from Joe Stilgoe and directed by Emma Kilbey, Julia Donaldson and Axel Scheffler’s much-loved Zog is a magical production for all ages.

★★★★ ‘A rip-roaring, song-filled fun-fest. My three-year-old sat utterly rapt through the entire performance’ – South Wales Echo

★★★★★ ‘A bright colourful musical to capture the magic of theatre’ – What’s Good to Do

★★★★ ‘Zog and its five-strong cast are a delight. A roaring success!’ – Reviewsphere

Age guidance: Most suitable for ages 3+ but all ages welcome.

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