Shows logo, featuring 3 differently sized and coloured circles with larger white stars in their centre, surrounded by 4 coloured smaller bubbles

SHOWS

Every year, one of the Ramps On The Moon consortium partners leads on the production of a large scale touring piece of theatre which is creatively exciting and makes everyone feel like they belong on and off stage.

WE MAY BE ON PAUSE RIGHT NOW DUE TO THE CURRENT CIRCUMSTANCES, BUT WE WILL BE BACK AS SOON AS WE POSSIBLY CAN!

Find out more about them by jumping to a section using these 3 buttons, or scroll down to view them all..

CURRENT

COMING SOON

FUTURE

COMING SOON

PAST

OLIVER TWIST

Oliver Twist circular marketing image

Showing from the 28th of February to 6th of June 2020

ONE UNDER

One Under show poster with 3 main characters in blues and oranges

Showing from the 17th of October to 21st of December 2020

OUR COUNTRY'S GOOD

Our Country's Good show poster, with dark starry sky over a sunset river

Showing from the 9th of March to 2nd of June 2018

THE WHO'S TOMMY

Tommy-poster

Showing from the 30th of March to 1st of July 2017

THE GOVERNMENT INSPECTOR

The Government Inspector show poster with funny russian doll character on cream background

Showing from the 19th of March to 25th of June 2016

"The biggest take away from it was that I think it's still the most... exciting R&D that I've ever done..."

Rebecca Mordan, Scary Little Girls Artistic Director

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