Where the Bugaboo Lives (Zoom)

A Little Angel Theatre production

Based on the book by Sean Taylor

14 March – 2 May 2021
See Diary for performance times
Sat 27 & Sun 28 March: Transfer to Nottingham Lakeside Arts
Tues 30 & Weds 31 March: Transfer to CAST Doncaster
Tues 6 & Weds 7 April: Transfer to The Albany

Location: Online (Zoom)

“Ellie Mills’s sets of bedrooms, forests and caves, concealed inside wooden boxes, make this such a treat”
Daily Mail

“Exquisite craft and creativity”
London Theatre 1

“…it’s undeniably wonderful to get children excited about participating in theatre and storytelling”
The Stage

Floyd and his sister Ruby creep into the dark, shadowy valley behind their house… a valley full of all kinds of spooky, creepy creatures and the scariest of them all, the Bugaboo!

Join Floyd and Ruby at every step of their journey, as you decide which path they take and what monsters they meet. 

The popular story by Sean Taylor (writer behind Little Angel Theatre’s Finding Santa) is brought to life in Little Angel’s first made-for-zoom, choose-your-own adventure style show for 5-11 year olds.

Join us for a live, interactive experience, delivered via Zoom. You can download our Zoom Policy here.

Where the Bugaboo Lives is aimed at ages 5-11.

View diary & book tickets

Or call Box Office to book on 020 7226 1787 (Mon-Fri, 10am-1pm, and 9am-2.30pm on show days).

Online sales will close two hours before the performance. Phone sales will close 30 minutes before the performance.


£13.50 per household.

Running Time: 45 minutes approx.

School bookings

The show is also available to primary schools on weekdays.

If you are interested in booking Where the Bugaboo Lives for your school, click here to download our schools information pack and to book email hattie@littleangeltheatre.com.


Based on the book by Sean Taylor
Directed by Samantha Lane
Music composed by Dominic Sales
Designed by Ellie Mills
Associate Designers Ruby Saide and Jessica Shead
Lighting designed by Sherry Coenen
Performed by Roberta Livingston and Jessica Manu

This play is based on the original book Where the Bugaboo Lives written by Sean Taylor and illustrated by Neal Layton. Published by Walker Books © 2016.