***** “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)

“This one woman performance is full of joy, puppy adventures and dance moves to kick start your day!” Theatre and Tea (August 2017)

“The energy and enthusiasm of the performer was staggering! She played many different parts with great results. The set was simple but effective with changing seasons and characters. The songs were catchy and fun. My two children (aged 3 and 5) really enjoyed it.” Julie Sharp, Primary Times

“Solo performer Natasha Granger brings all of it to life with excellent pacing, well judged audience rapport and perfectly pitched expression.” Duška Radosavljević,  EXHEUNT (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…” Edinburghfestivalforkids (August 2017)

“Natasha has an incredible knack for keeping the little people fully engaged AND adults too for that matter. She is a fantastic actress and played all characters beautifully. Not an easy challenge to move from voice to voice and character to character. Thanks for a wonderful show folks. I would highly recommend this for little people and I shall need to get my hands on the book to let the magic continue at home.” Mummyjojo.com (August 2017)

“Actor Natasha Granger enchants the audience as the storyteller, using song, puppetry, music, and physical comedy to brilliantly tell Oskar’s tale. Her energy is boundless and captivates even the youngest of children. The handmade sets and puppets have an Etsy-like appeal which perfectly suits the fairy tale vibe of the show.” Familiesonline (August 2017)

“A hidden gem!” Sunday Mail (August 2017)

“***** for @Theatrefideri Oskar’s Amazing Adventure @Gildedballoon. Captivates even the youngest of children” Families Edinburgh (August 2017)

“Energetic and enthusiastic storyteller Natasha Granger takes us on Oskar’s quest, surrounded by cuddly toys which she picks up and brings into play as the story unfolds. When she’s our narrator, Granger talks to the audience with an exuberant, wide-eyed wonder.” Kelly Apter, The List (August 2017)

“**** I was amazed how expressive Natasha Granger was…  she is the most gifted story-teller I’ve ever seen.” Edinburghlifewithkids.com (August 2017)

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