Herringbone Arts are an award- winning company who create interactive theatre and installation featuring performance, puppetry, live music and projection. Using exquisite attention to detail and our skills in making and creating contemporary promenade theatre, we transform unexpected places and ordinary spaces into magical and unforgettable lands where children and families can participate, explore and create memories together. We are passionate about creating work where families can engage with their children, putting aside the distractions of modern living and immersing themselves in their connection with the story and one another, promoting the kind of experience which is essential for bonding and good mental health. We are not – for – profit and are committed to equal opportunities. We love to ensure that we offer shows which can be accessed and enjoyed by all.



Being awarded Best Family Event as part of the Family Arts Festival 2014!

The Secret Stairway sold out all 6 performances and was consistently rated 5* by audiences. Thanks to all those who came and made it so special and to those who took the time to vote for us.

We have pledged to meet and adhere to the Family Arts Standards.


6 thoughts on “About”

  1. I brought my 2 daughters (aged 8 & 4) to see your show and they both LOVED it!! They were thrilled by the tiny, magical scenes and beautiful puppets and thought it was very exciting to go backstage and see hidden parts of the Theatre. Whatever you do next, we’ll be there….

  2. I took my two boys, aged 4 and 9 to see ‘A Winter’s Trail’ with my husband and we all loved it. We had no idea it was just on the stairwells but what a magical experience! I thought the attention to detail was exquisite and the little touches like home made gingerbread men and apple cider were really wonderful. Days later, my boys are still playing with their ‘moon stones’ and talking about the show. The underlying theme to spend quality time as a family was really appreciated and has reminded us what matters most. Thank you!

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weaving tales & performance in unexpected places