The Not So Big Bad Wolf

“Welcome back Listeners – Little Red Riding Hood here! Stay tuned as I go undercover to reveal the truth behind fairytales’ most infamous villain – The Big Bad Wolf” Meet Little Red; adventurer, heroine and world-renowned “True Grimm” podcaster. She’s on a mission to debunk the myths around her so called nemesis, with the help of a few storybook favourites, her red invisibility cloak, and a basket full of music, mayhem and magic tricks! But the truth is no fairytale… Behold as your favourite tales are re-spun and woven together in an epic new adventure from Wrongsemble on their travelling Imaginarium stage.

During Summer 2023, The Not So Big Bad Wolf, performed by two actor musicians, featuring original live music and puppetry, will tour outdoors on Wrongsemble’s incredible converted horsebox travelling Imaginarium stage.

This production is suitable for the whole family, though some elements may be best enjoyed by those aged 4 and above.

This is a Pay What You Decide performance event with donations on the day after the show, you are welcome to choose whichever band feels best suited to you. If you are unable to make a financial contribution we need to know how many people to expect so please do book a ticket in advance if you are planning on joining us!

Please note, this production is programmed by The Montgomery, presented to you by Wrongsemble.

About the company

Wrongsemble is a Leeds-based theatre company specialising in working with and creating work for young people, schools and families. We believe in art for everyone, with accessibility and ‘shared experience’ at the heart of all we do. 

Formed in 2015, the company was born out of desire to make family theatre for all ages. Our artists are all from/based to the North of England, and we strive to ensure that they represent the excitingly diverse communities we serve.  

In 2020 Wrongsemble won the Child Friendly Leeds Award for ‘Inspiring Creativity through Arts and Culture’, as well as ‘Best Theatre Company’ in the Yorkshire Prestige Awards 2022.


Age Guidance: 4+
Running Time: 45 minutes (no interval)
Dates & times

11 August • 14:00
11 August • 16:00

Tickets for this event are sold through our box office.

Tickets are available online 24 hours a day, by clicking the button above.

Telephone and in-person ticket sales are open Monday to Friday 12pm – 5pm, and 1 hour before each performance.

Tel: 0114 327 3456


The venue does not currently have wheelchair access, and there are 3 stairs from pavement to foyer, and 32 stairs from foyer to theatre. We will be undertaking the building work to install a lift in 2023, but there is not currently a lift available at the venue.

We are dedicated to making your experience at The Montgomery as accessible as possible. If you or your child have any specific access requirements please contact info@themontgomery.org.uk and we will be more than happy to help make your visit more enjoyable.

Getting Here

Public Transport

The nearest tram stop is Cathedral, within 5 minutes’ walk.
Buses stopping at the Arundel Gate interchanges are within 5 minutes’ walk.
Sheffield Train Station is approximately a 10 minute walk from the venue.

By Car

Access to Surrey Street is via Arundel Gate, onto Norfolk Street. A the top of Norfolk Street, turn right. The Montgomery is on the right side, facing the Town Hall.

A loading bay is available immediately in front of the theatre, and hourly on-street parking is available.

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