In contrast to more traditional forms of theatre, our immersive performances place audiences squarely in the middle of the action, without the need for a stage. We like to shake things up, combining improvisation and puppetry to tell intimate stories. In our opinion, everyone deserves to laugh, have fun and make memories and our immersive experiences are all about making families happy. 

Wise Owl has devised and created theatrical projects for educational purposes, including working with the world-famous University of Leicester History Department, science museums, and various book festivals. Storytelling holds a very important place in our culture, from the ancient oral tradition to the modern-day bedtime story. The team at Wise Owl take great pleasure in narrating stories and bringing them to life. 
"I had the pleasure of working alongside Wise Owl at Vintage Trains 2022 Polar Express Train Ride Event.  Both Chris and Chloe were exceptionally easy to work with. The level of professionalism, passion, and attention to detail they delivered to the event was the reason it was such a success. I would recommend this team to anyone who is looking for a production company that will be responsive, respectful, and deliver a top-notch product."

Neil Dale
International Business Development Manager, Rail Events International

"Wise Owl Theatre Company is without doubt one of the most exciting companies to emerge in recent years from the regional theatre scene. Their innovate and imaginative staging of both classic and new text will see them as a force to be reckoned with for many years to come."

Kevin Parker
Programming Manager, Chesterfield Theatres

"The quality of the work Wise Owl present has always been excellent and their ability to make the stories we know, and love come to life on stage with music and puppets has delighted our audiences. Their dedication and hard work are clearly aligned to bringing theatre to as many people as possible. I look forward to working closely with them in years to come and watching how the company develops and expands their work in the future."

Jonathan Saville
Director of Programming, Theatre Royal and Royal Concert Hall Nottingham