Review: Zog and the Flying Doctors at Rose Theatre

Review: Zog and the Flying Doctors at Rose Theatre

By Evita Benjafield

Main image: (c) Mark Senior

Zog and the Flying Doctors was an immersive experience for the whole family with an abundance of visual stimulation, a lot of singing and dancing, for all levels and abilities…even my own.

Creative, colourful and tactile costumes, dramatic lighting and a set designed to perfection based on the beloved story Zog and the Flying Doctors by beloved children author Julia Donaldson and illustrator Axel Scheffler.

A fun and entertaining performance designed for both the young and the young at heart audience, it engaged us all in a full hour and transported us to a magical world of mythical creatures, possibilities and dreams.

A must visit show to inspire and create wonderful memories that will last for weeks, months and for the years to come. Something to treasure whilst holding their little hand once more and staring at their big eyes while they are trying to take it all in.

Thank you for the flight.

‘The Unicorn is the funkiest character ever’ –  Edward age 7.

Images (c) Mark Senior