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Anna Hibiscus lives in amazing Africa with her mother, her father, her baby twin brothers, and lots and lots of her family. Join her as she splashes in the sea, prepares for a party, sells oranges, and hopes to see sweet, sweet snow!
Anna Hibiscus lives in Africa, amazing Africa – and today she is going o the beach with her family. All she wants to do is ‘splash’ in the waves, but will anyone join her? In the second Anna Hibiscus picture book from Atinuke and Lauren Tobia, Anna has left her mango tree … and she’s at the beach! Phew, it is hot. But what better way to cool off than by playing in the jumpy, splashy waves? “Come and splash in the waves with me!” shouts Anna Hibiscus. But everyone, including Grandmother and Grandfather, Chocolate, Benz, Wonderful, Joy, Clarity and Common Sense, is much too busy to wave-jump! So, it’s just Anna Hibiscus and the white waves. “Oh! Oh! Oh!” Anna shouts happily, and soon her happy cheers bring everyone to the water. “Yippeee!” they all shout, jumping in the waves, “Why didn’t you call us?” The Hypochondriac :Produced by Sheffield Theatresand staged in the Crucible by director Sarah Tipple. Roger McGough’scelebrated adaptationof Molière’s witty satire proves that laughter really is the best form of medicine.
Go Well, Anna Hibiscus!
Anna Hibiscus is looking forward to visiting her grandmother in Canada, where she will see snow for the first time! But before she goes, she must find suitable clothes to keep her warm in the cold winter weather, and say goodbye to the family she loves.
We Could All Be Perfect:Commissioned, developed and produced by Sheffield Theatres,this debut play by Doncaster writer Hannah Morleyis directed by Ruby Clarke. This new play is a furious and funny exploration of whether teenage girls will save the world and asks if they should have to.
Saturday 23 September – Saturday 14 October 2023 (Press performance: Wednesday 27 September 2023 at 7pm). This delightful story about a happy girl learning to express her feelings is a wonderful celebration of the joy of life
In the eighth title of the series about the universally loved Anna Hibiscus, written by internationally renowned Nigerian storyteller Atinuke, Anna Hibiscus is worried: her twin brothers, Double and Trouble, have boundless energy. They won’t stop climbing and they can’t keep out of trouble! Meanwhile Grandfather is tired and can’t stay awake. In the final book of this wonderfully charming illustrated series, Anna Hibiscus proves just how amazing she is. For those looking to be involved in performance, Sheffield People’s Theatre (SPT)is Sheffield Theatres’ intergenerational company for anyone aged 12+ with a shared passion for being involved in great theatre, Launchpadis a group for adults aged 18 plus with learning disabilities and/or Autism, and the Young Companyis for anyone aged 18–25 who is looking to develop a career in the creative industries.
The fifth book in the stunning Anna Hibiscus series about a young girl growing up in a city in Nigeria.