Anywhere on the tube line counts as London, right? Take the Jubilee line all the way to its final stop of Stanmore and from there it’s a 3 mile Uber to At Home Farm in Hertfordshire’s leafy Green Belt. Here in private woodlands Cornwall’s award-winning Rogue Theatre will be setting up camp for just two days at the end of July bringing with them their new show, Along the Wild Path. This will be a collection of some of Rogue’s favourite tales told in the immersive story-world by the Wild King and The Moon. Billed as ‘the theatre you want to take your children to’ the show works for all ages from 3-4+ to teens but as a bonus, adults will enjoy it too. The theatre company usually perform at Tehidy Woods between St Agnes and St Ives, so it’s a rare chance to experience the show outside of Cornwall. Walk along the Wild Path and discover the pair of fishermen who haul in a catch of singing mermaids and the goblin who lives in the dark underland but meets a fairy on his way. Expect live music, dance and original stories. The shows begin at 11am and 5pm on Friday 30 July, and 4pm and 7pm on Saturday 31 July and last 1 hour 15 minutes.