DragonBird Theatre: Interactive Early Years Theatre Sessions in Windmill Hill, St Werburgh’s and Easton


DragonBird Theatre instils a love for theatre, engages the imagination and facilitates creative play between grownups and their children.

DragonBird Theatre offers interactive theatre sessions for young children aged 0-5 and their families at St Werburgh’s Community Centre, Windmill Hill Community Centre and The Greenbank Pub in Easton.

The session starts with a short performance of a story, followed by an interactive play session where everybody sets off on an adventure inspired by the story.

The sessions run for 45 minutes and involve a variety of set, props, puppets, songs, movement, bubbles, giant-nets, parachutes, costume, recycled scrap and a whole heap of make believe fun!

The next DragonBird Theatre performance will be ‘The Owl and the Pussy Cat’. Grown-ups and children, your pea green boat awaits…to sail you off to the land where the bong tree grows. Wear you Sou’Westers as this is one wet, rocking and salty adventure. Expect fishing, nautical singing and giant wave dodging!

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Details of upcoming performances of The Owl and the Pussy Cat

St Werburgh’s Community Centre:

  • Tuesday 7th March
  • 10am or 11.15am
  • St Werburgh’s Community Centre, Horley Road, St Werburghs, BS2 9TJ

Windmill Hill Community Centre:

  • Thursday 2nd March
  • 10am or 11.15am
  • Windmill Hill Community Centre, Vivian St, Bristol BS3 4LW

The Greenbank Pub, Easton

  • Wednesday 1st March
  • 11.15am or 1pm
  • The Greenbank Pub, 57 Bellevue Road, Easton BS5 6DP.

Tickets are £3 per child, £3 per adult.

Book tickets via the DragonBird theatre website (or take your chances on the day):


“My two year old boy loves DragonBird and talks about it all week, often re-enacting the stories! It’s definitely become our favourite group.” Cam

“DragonBird Theatre is the best group I’ve been to for miles. It’s creativity is inspiring and week after week it makes me as excited as my son! It is so wonderful to be part of a group that deviates from mind numbing nursery rhymes, and uses everyday household items to engage little people in play and stimulation. Watching my sons eyes light up when Dragon and Bird appear is a memory I will treasure forever!”  Ella