Wickedly fun, The Worst Witch is delightfully (and suitably) magical to keep the audience thoroughly engaged.
The touring production of The Worst Witch is high-octane, clever and extremely enjoyable.
I’m delighted to say that Emma Reeves’ new stage adaptation loses none of The Worst Witch’s gleeful mayhem and enchantment.
A head wasn’t the only thing to roll in this hilarious piece about the 17th century Governor of Hull, Sir John Holtham (Mark Addy). Set in the 17th century it may be, but the modern twists that are subtly interwoven are an additional source of humour in this laugh-a-minute, raucous comedy.