The Owl, a childrens story…

February 4, 2011

This sounds just lovely…

At St Georges in Bristol

“Mmm, a whole mouse for tea! Most owls would be delighted, but poor Barley the barn owl is afraid of mice and often goes hungry. Being scared of mice is the last thing that an owl needs, but help comes from a most unexpected friend.”

First … the fun of learning to soar like an owl and creep like a little mouse, in a fantastic dance and movement session led by Michelle Luckes.

And then … the most thrilling solo storytelling show, as the madly talented Paul Bradley (composer, narrator, singer, actor and musician), weaves Barley’s epic little story with original musical settings of ‘The Tyger’, ‘The Owl and the Pussycat’ and other classic poems.

Great for kids aged 3 – 6.
Running time: 1 hour (concert plus dance and movement session) / no interval.

‘One of those magical performances that enriches children’s experience of the world.’ TANIA BEARD HEADTEACHER, THORVERTON PRIMARY SCHOOL

£6 Adults; £4 Under-18s;
Family Ticket available – buy four tickets and get the lowest priced ticket free.
Tickets available on the door.

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