HAG comes to the Theatre Royal Plymouth for Halloween!

The Wrong Crowd

The Wrong Crowd present


The perfect theatre event for the week of Halloween!


Tuesday 29 October - Saturday 2 November 2013 Download Calendar

The Drum


“I only eat the ones who deserve to be eaten.”

Lisa is given something by her dying mother; something she doesn’t want. Little does she know that learning to accept it might be the only thing that will save her own life.

The Wrong Crowd re-imagine Slavic folklore’s extraordinary, child-eating hag-witch, Baba Yaga. Dark, visually inventive storytelling theatre, fusing live action, puppetry and music.


Hag follows the Edinburgh Fringe 2011 smash hit, The Girl with the Iron Claws.

Post Show Q&A: Thursday 31st October (after the 7.45pm performance)

Deliciously dark… It offers humour, charm and a bit of lovely gore. ****

The Independent

Infused with a kind of anarchic charm and a strong whiff of magic. ****

Time Out

A mighty fine calling card for a new theatre company… Makes your scalp quiver. ****

The Times

Storytelling, puppetry and music meld to spellbinding effect. ****

The Metro

The right amount of horror and comic relief to charm and enchant. ****

The List

A complete gem of a show that reminded me why I love theatre. *****

A Younger Theatre

HAG’s charm lies in the wonderful interplay between human and puppet. 4 stars.

British Theatre Guide

HAG travels a cleverly balanced line between humour and emotional truth. 4 stars.

Plays to See

HAG offers up a real sense of theatre that has been crafted for the love of storytelling. 4 stars.

What’s Peen Seen

See this show if you want to escape from the daily grind into a world like the one we used to know so well as children. 4 stars.

Everything Theatre

A Bristol Old Vic Ferment commission.

Writer/Director: Hannah Mulder
Designer/Puppet Director: Rachael Canning
Composer: Frank Moon

Pricing & Concessions

Full price:

All concessions:

Friday Fiver:
£5 tickets (on day of performance only)

Please note: A 70p per ticket booking fee applies on all orders, plus an additional 80p postage fee per transaction for tickets that are mailed to customers. Not all concessions are available online. Concessions exclude price band E in The Lyric.

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