An original, heartwarming and entertaining play for young children and their families, full of good humour, adventure, music and song.

Now taking bookings for Autumn 2019 and throughout 2020

Fun-loving puppy Oskar leaves the snowbound little house on top of the mountain to try to find a friendly animal to play with. But where are all the animals? And why does Oskar have to wait till spring to play his favourite game again? This original play for young children uses a rich mix of storytelling, physical theatre, clowning, puppetry and music & song to tell the tale of a puppy’s search for friendship in the wilderness of the Alps.

***** “Outstanding. This was my own preschooler’s first ever live show and I am so massively grateful to Theatre Fideri Fidera for making it such a positive and memorable experience for us both. For pre-schoolers first noticing the big wide world (and for those of us privileged to attend them on their journey) the perspective offered is just right. The highest praise I can think of is to jump up and down in my seat squealing ‘Again! Again!’” Edinburgh 49 (August 2017)

“Combining brilliant storytelling, beautiful handmade stuffed animals and plenty of songs and actions for us all to join in with, this is a charming and thoughtful piece of theatre for younger children. Furry friends, foxes and fun for all the family, this delightful show is a real treat for everyone…”

Oskar Workshop

An optional drama and arts & craft workshop is available after the performance with creative activities and games inspired by the theme of hibernation and the animals in the play. The workshop is for a maximum of 25 children aged 4 and over and lasts 40 minutes. See Photo Gallery - Workshop

Show and workshop details

Target Audience: children from 2 to 8 years of age and their families. It is also suitable for nursery and lower primary school classes.

Maximum audience: 300.

Performances last 35 minutes followed by a 10 minute playtime, where the children can meet the performer and play with the animal puppets from the play. There is no interval.

All children will be given a free colouring in page of all the animals in the show to take home with them.

Marketing / Video

Dedicated marketing support from Theatre Fideri Fidera.

Up to 300 colour flyers and 20 A3 colour posters. Additional print can also be supplied at a small additional cost for postage.

A video trailer for the show.

We can supply up to three free copies of the Oskar’s Amazing Adventure picture book as prizes for venues wishing to promote the event with competitions.

Technical Requirements

Ideal space 4m wide, 3m high x 4.5m deep. The show can be adapted to rooms with a lower height. A full blackout is desirable but not essential.

Get in 60 minutes; get out 45 minutes.

Festivals. Libraries, Community, school, rural touring spaces

The show is suitable for non-theatre performances. It travels with its own sound and can be performed without theatre lighting.

Booking the show / Contact us

Please contact Natasha Granger for enquiries and to book the show.

Mob: 07872 509957


NEW! For venues, book festivals, libraries and schools

Now taking bookings for 2019

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Cast and crew of Oskar at Blackwell's bookshop, Edinburgh

Creative Team


natasha_grangerNatasha Granger
With training at Brit School and Arts Ed in London, Natasha has been cast in various musicals and plays as well as performing her own writing. Being an Anglo-Swiss performer she very much enjoys introducing British audiences to these stories of Alpine adventure in Pitschi, the Kitten with Dreams and Oskar’s Amazing Adventure.

As well as performing in both shows, Natasha is a director of Theatre Fideri Fidera and manages the tour bookings for the company.

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Production Team

LIZZIE / LISETTE Natasha Granger

SOUND & LIGHTING DESIGN Marina Kobler and Natasha Granger

MUSIC ARRANGEMENT Magdalena Portmann
WRITTEN & DIRECTED by Colin Granger