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Jacqueline Wilson’s HETTY FEATHER Visits Theatre Royal Nottingham

The Olivier Award nominated Rose Theatre Kingston production of Jacqueline Wilson’s Hetty Feather is currently on a major national tour following a sell-out West End season at the Duke of York’s Theatre, London. The tour is due to visit the Theatre Royal Nottingham from Wednesday 3 to Sunday 7 February 2016.


Sally Cookson directs a cast including Phoebe Thomas who reprises her role as Hetty Feather. Joining Thomas will be Matt Costain (Jem/Matron Bottomly), Sarah Goddard (Peg/Ida), Nik Howden (Saul), Mark Kane (Gideon) and Nikki Warwick (Madame Adeline). Musicians Seamas H. Carey and Luke Potter complete the company. Hetty Feather is thrillingly brought to life on stage with circus skills and aerial artistry, original songs and live music by Benji Bower.


 ROLL UP and join Hetty on her escape from the Foundling Hospital.

TREMBLE as she faces Matron Stinking Bottomly.

THRILL as she discovers the squirrel house and Tanglefields Travelling Circus.

GASP as she endures a night locked in the attic.

QUAKE as she braves the scary streets of Victorian London and 

CHEER as she overcomes all in the search to find her real mother and a true family of her own.


Hetty Feather is published by Random House, and the first in a series of books which includes Sapphire Battersea, Emerald Star and Diamond. The series has been hugely successful not just in the UK, but also internationally. It has been adapted as a new 10 part television series currently airing on CBBC. Wilson’s new Hetty Feather novel Little Stars is launched on 10 October 2015.

James Jarvis
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