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All the books are happy in Brian's busy library. Thriller or textbook, history or romance ? they all love to be borrowed. But one day Brian goes all quiet. The only book he's reading now is that funny, shiny-looking one that says it has four billion pages. Will they all be left on the shelf? The books had better stiffen their spines, because to save their library they may have to check themselves out...
Rock-a-bye baby, on the tree-top, when the wind blows the cradle will rock... Nestle among branches and meet the neighbours in Oily Cart's immersive tree-top world. The leafy canopy is home to some of the creatures you might expect, and one you definitely won't - a tiny baby! How did the infant get up there? Who is looking after them? And how can we help? Experiencing the sights, sounds and smells of a woodland wonderland, the audience must explore to find answers.
Hush-A-Bye is an interactive, multi-sensory production for the very young, with live music, puppets and an enchanting environment. Created by Oily Cart, a theatre company renowned for their innovation, the production is presented in two versions: one for babies and toddlers (6 months ? 2 years) and one for young children (3 - 5 years).
A remarkable tin soldier falls in love with a paper ballerina and then falls out of a window, so beginning a perilous journey into the unknown .... Inspired by Hans Christian Anderson's poetic tale this captivating and stylish interpretation draws on the way children incorporate everyday objects into their play. A gentle, witty and inventive one-person play involving puppetry, live performance, objects and shadows. For 3 to 8 year old
What happens when two children's storytellers arrive at the same place at the same time to tell their stories? And what happens if both of them think that they are THE Storyteller? A head-to-head that leads to a feast of clowning, physical silliness and some magical, nonverbal storytelling, that's what!
Family fun from Story Pocket Theatre, winner of the Primary Times Children's Choice Award 2014 and the ThreeWeeks Editors' Choice Award at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe 2015.
Woodland trees transform from dark weathered branches to silver sticks of frost. While hidden in brushwood, beside an ice-covered lake, a lost rejected duckling stares skyward at the migrating swans, yearning to belong and marvelling at their beauty... With a menagerie of mean animals, depicted through inventive physicality, and with live music that quacks and trills, this charming production plays with ideas of identity, a sense of belonging and the journey to discover inner beauty.