The National Theatre of Scotland, in association with the Byre Theatre, presents The Wolves in the Walls, written by Neil Gaiman, and originally created with Improbable.
Lucy hears creeping, creaking, crumpling noises coming from behind the wallpaper and is convinced that there are wolves in the walls of her house. Her jam-making mother, tuba-playing father and video game obsessed brother think the noises are really mice, or rats or bats. But they are wrong and she is right as they will all soon find out. . .
Taken from the book by Neil Gaiman and Dave McKean, and brought to life by a team of theatre-makers led by the National Theatre of Scotland's Artistic Director Vicky Featherstone, Julian Crouch from Improbable, Nick Powell from Suspect Culture, and an unruly pack of actors, musicians and crazy puppets.
The production won Best Show for Children and Young People at the TMA Awards, 2006.