Young actors to perform at shows throughout the half-term.

This weekend a performing arts charity is bringing its show “WOLF” to the Leicester Square Theatre.

Streetz Ahead’s production is based off The Three little Pigs and includes children from Barnet Enfield and Haringey all aged between 10 and 13.

Performed by two casts each consisting of four young actors from Enfield, Barnet and Haringey aged between 10 and 13, the story of WOLF focuses on the themes of loss, hope and stereotyping, all expressed through an original soundtrack, dance tricks and “off the wall” choreography.

Elizabeth Lahav, BAFTA award-winner and Artistic Director of Streetz Ahead said:

“There is something endearing about children delivering messages of hope through theatre.

“Children are taught and spoken to by adults everyday so watching children re-enact everyday situations of deep friendships, identity and loss completely engages the younger members of the audience.

“The process in devising WOLF was largely based on role play and workshops with the children. Their viewpoints and their coping mechanisms in dealing with the world were an integral part to the development of WOLF.”

Streetz Ahead is a registered charity providing free or low-cost dance and performing arts classes to young people throughout North London. Classes are run weekly from Millfield House and other locations across Enfield.