Goldilocks & the Three Bears are coming to the Forum this Easter

Ballet for children is just right as Northern Ballet brings Goldilocks & the Three Bears to the forum theatre Barrow this Easter.

Following the hugely successful tours of its previous children’s ballets, Northern Ballet now comes to the forum Barrow with its new short ballet, Goldilocks & the Three Bears.

Part of an extensive national tour throughout spring 2017, Goldilocks & the Three Bears will be performed in Barrow on Tuesday 11 April with shows at 12pm and 2pm.
Goldilocks & the Three Bears is a reimagining of the classic children’s story, telling the tale of a mischievous little girl whose curiosity leads her to a house full of many surprises.

Lasting approximately 40 minutes, the ballet has been created especially for children and young families to experience live dance, music and theatre.
Goldilocks & the Three Bears is the latest in the Company’s award-winning series of Short Ballets for Small People, following on from the hugely successful Ugly Duckling, Three Little Pigs, Elves & the Shoemaker and Tortoise & the Hare, all of which have been adapted by CBeebies.

Goldilocks & the Three Bears is choreographed by Northern Ballet Junior Soloist Nicola Gervasi, and includes set designs by Jane Cecchi, lighting by Alastair West, costume designs by Kim Brassley and Carley Marsh and music composed by John Longstaff, which will be performed live at every venue by members of Northern Ballet Sinfonia.
Daniel de Andrade, Northern Ballet’s Artistic Director of Short Ballets for Small People, said: ‘I am thrilled at how extensively we are touring Goldilocks & the Three Bears and we look forward to giving even more audiences the chance to experience this truly magical production. Our children’s ballets offer a unique opportunity to experience live dance and music for the first time through performances designed specifically with young children in mind.’
Tickets are £6/£4 concessions and can be booked at or by calling the box office on 01229 820000.  For further information, please visit

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