This week we were visited by the Krazy Kat Theatre coming which has been performing at The Little House since 1998. A fully professional touring company, they create innovative and imaginative visual theatre and specialise in introducing young people and their grown-ups to the delights of live visual theatre combining mime, dance, song, Commedia dell Arte, puppets and sign language. This year the performance was Baba Yaga, about a witch who is deaf and has bony legs. She lives in deepest Russia and rides the night skies in her mortar, using the pestle as a rudder and sweeping away any tracks behind her with her broom. And her house has…chicken legs! But when a passing Princess needs help, and a local yokel proves less than resourceful, the story tumbles into a rabble rousing riot of colour, magic and middle European intrigue. And what’s all this about a mysterious chant “Turn your back to the forest, and your front to me”? The children and their parents were captivated by this innovative performance.