Start: February 5, 2022
11:30 am
End: February 5, 2022
12:30 pm

Event Venue

4 Coburg Rd, London N22 6UJ

GPS: 51.594217, -0.1131255

We are thrilled to announce, Really Big Pants Theatre Company will take to the stage with Clare and Cory Share a (Glorious) Story for the Collage Kids show at Karamel this weekend






by Joe Bromley


Where’s the class bear?

Let us explain:

Jane shares her train (batteries not included)

Anmol shares his doll (wonky leg; mended several times)

Michael shares his cycle (a trusty three-wheeler)

Willow and Joe both have a go with a yo-yo


Clare NEVER EVER shares her pear

Until she loses the class bear (uh-oh)

Enter Cory

Can he save the day with a story?




Clare and Cory Share a (Glorious) Story has the trademark anarchic energy from Really Big Pants, but is a gentler, simpler show for younger children, written entirely in rhyme, to encourage them to not only share their belongings and enjoy a great story, but also to explore the natural world so close to home. And there’s a glorious accompanying longer-form picture book, illustrated by the award-winning Steve Smallman, available to buy on the day!



Join this acclaimed theatre company for a glorious story of sharing, exploring, and daring. And really big pants


Please RSVP due to restricted places and social distancing measures in the venue. Karamel has a full fresh air ventilation system installed.

The performance is FREE we just ask for whatever you can donate into our tip jar.

The restaurant will be open before and after the show for soft drinks, teas, coffees, and hot chocolate. The lunchtime menu includes burger & chips, vegan cheesecake/ice cream.


Collage Kids is a bi-monthly fun packed performance event for early years children (suggested age range up to 6 years) and their families. It is a relaxed performance in the Karamel restaurant space.

More info:


		Collage Kids - Clare and Cory Share a (Glorious) Story - Really Big Pants image
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