"They were Spellbound!"
"Fantastic performance which was enjoyed by all! The children loved the story and are now inspired actors and story writers."
"Absolutely brilliant, as ever. Thank you so much!"
"Yet again you have come up with a stimulating, funny, challenging drama which will have lasting value to the pupils involved."
"Another superb show!"
Everyone knows that dragons are fierce, fire-breathing, princess-eating monsters. But this dragon is different. He’s a nice dragon: he writes poetry, appreciates beauty, has an allergic reaction to flowers and doesn’t care tuppence for princesses. He befriends a lonely boy from the village, and the pair become inseperable. But when the villagers send for St George, the infamous slayer of dragons, the dragon’s friendship and very life is at stake...
The Reluctant Dragon is a heartwarming comedy by Kenneth Grahame, the author of The Wind In The Willows. It addresses issues of friendship, family and bullying, as well as the difference between people’s reputation and their real personality.