A Christmas Show for children aged 2-5 and their grown ups!

Ad Infinitum have collaborated with Battersea Arts Centre, Amy Pitt, Ted Barnes and Amy Pennington, as part of an adventure called Town Hall Cherubs for children and their grown ups!

Town Hall Cherubs is an immersive journey for very young audiences. Fallen from his place in the sky, a sleepy cherub is in need of some little helpers. The audience follow his garland through Battersea Arts Centre’s beautiful old rooms, stopping off to play and discover…

An immersive journey for young audiences with a Christmas twist. Help the cherub find his way home and discover what makes this old town hall so magical in a tender journey with surprises along the way.


Age Recommendation: 2–5
Running Time: Approx 50 mins


"Many thanks to the children in Bees Knee’s who came up with Sarah the Dragon’s name and ‘animal’, and to Sarah Golding, Sophie Bradey and the BAC team for all their help and support!"

'Children’s theatre as an art form' 
The Stage
‘Deeply imaginative and entrancing'
Time Out


Director George Mann

Actor/Devisor playing ‘Sarah the Dragon’ Deborah Pugh

Set & Costume Designer/Maker – Kirsty Harris

With design input from Lauren Cameron & Cristiana Maranca

Dramaturgy – Nir Paldi

Devised by the company

Nominated for:
Off West End Award 2016 Best Production For
Young People (Ages 0-7)


A Battersea Arts Centre Production with creative contributions from commissioned company Theatre Ad Infinitum and artists Amy Pennington, Amy Pitt and Ted Barnes.

Ad Infinitum has been presenting work and collaborating with BAC since 2012. In March 2013 their production Ballad of the Burning Star ran for three weeks, won an Off West End Award and went on to tour the UK through BAC’s Collaborative Touring Network. In 2014 the company directed the BAC Homegrown Company in a devised show called Director’s Cut. Town Hall Cherubs represents a new venture with BAC into work for young children, and Ad Infinitum’s first attempt at making theatre for this age group.


Photography: Alex Brenner