We're Going On A Bear HuntDuration 55mins

artsdepot, 5 Nether Street, North Finchley, London, United Kingdom, N12 0GA

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Direct from a smash-hit West End run and acclaimed international tour, We’re Going On A Bear Hunt arrives at the Artsdepot this festive season to engross audiences in a noisy and vivacious adaptation of the classic children’s story.

Michael Rosen’s award-winning tale of a band of intrepid adventurers on a quest to find a real-life bear is adapted by Sally Cookson in a fun-filled, vibrant production set to Benji Bower’s versatile lively score.

As the bear hunt progresses, join the band of bold crusaders as they wade through the gigantic swishy swashy grass, the splashy splashy river and the thick oozy, squelchy mud! With catchy songs, interactive scenes and hands-on adventure, there are plenty of surprises in store!

Recommended for ages three and above, this is a perfect show for youngsters and their parents.

Cast & Creatives

Michael Rosen
Adapted by
Sally Cookson
Sally Cookson
Music by
Benji Bower
Lyrics by
Benji Bower
Jennie Falconer
Lighting Designer
Tony Simpson
Jason Barnes


5 Nether Street, North Finchley, London, United Kingdom, N12 0GA
020 8369 5454
Official site
Nearest tube
West Finchley (1/2 mile) and Woodside Park (1/2 mile)
Nearest bus
134, 263, 82, 125, 221, 260

Within North Finchley town centre there are around 400 pay & display spaces in borough run car parks on Castle Street, Lodge Lane, Woodhouse Road and Stanhope Road, all in close proximity to artsdepot. All the borough’s car parks are pay and display from Monday to Saturday 8am – 6.30pm, and are unrestricted out of these hours, the maximum stay varies from 4 hours to all day.

Access information

Access description
The building is completely accessible, however we do recommend that individuals with access requirements book tickets in advance. There are several disabled parking spaces with direct access to lifts which serve all floor of the building. Both auditoria are equipped with an induction loop and an infra red hearing assistance system.
Guide dogs policy
Assistant dogs can be taken into the auditoriums. Please mention this when booking and you'll be offered an aisle seat, and told about any special effects that might affect your dog's comfort. Drinks may be ordered in advance and brought to your seat at interval.