Fuse's Rudolph Crosses the Mersey
Date: 29 November 2011
Fuse: New Theatre for Young People present their Christmas production for children aged 2-7 and their families. This year Fuse will be putting on a fun, lively and interactive festive experience touring across Merseyside this Christmas.
The show is designed to make Christmas go with a shiny red bang this year. Rudolph is made specifically for the youngest of children and contains singing, dancing and a shiny red nose!
Performances last 30 approximately minutes and will transform each venue in to a wonderful festive treat for the whole family.
“We have really been looking forward to today and have not been disappointed at all. The actors were so professional and the children really enjoyed the show. Getting them to join in was brilliant. They were able to keep the children’s attention all the way through the performance”
Gill Lord, Cressington Manor Nursery; Fabulous Family Tales
Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer is continuing Fuse's efforts to entertain children aged 2-7. After spending a day in Sefton Park Palm House on a Bear Hunt and touring Fabulous Family Tales across nurseries, children’s centres and public settings throughout Liverpool, Fuse are presenting this - their first ever touring Christmas performance for young audiences.
The performance has been created through direct consultation with Primary and Early Years settings regarding the need for an accessible production for the youngest of audiences.
Fuse is an innovative theatre company based in Liverpool that fuses creativity, fun and learning within fantastic new theatre and drama experience accessible to all young people. Fuse evolved out of Merseyside Young People’s Theatre Company; an established organisation founded in 1978. The company has always believed in the importance of presenting high quality theatre to children and young people in any environment; touring to schools, galleries, libraries, museums, and theatre venues.
Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer is at the Brindley on 5 December and Sefton Park Palm House on 10 December.
- by Glenn Meads
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