Date: Thursday 1st March 2018
Aunty Emily and the Missing Melody
Aunty Emily is a children’s storytelling play with puppetry and music.
Directed by Rosanna Elliott (Canvas Theatre) and Designed by Jude Munden (Pipeline Theatre) this world of Giants, Oracles, flying books and missing melodies comes alive!
Written and produced by Ben Sutcliffe (Director of Music for Rogue Theatre and The Minack Youth Theatre) he has called upon his friends from Kneehigh’s production of FUP to take this new and exciting show on the road. Zaid Al-Rikabi from The People’s String Foundation and Cornish storyteller and puppeteer Jenny Beare bring this silly and heartwarming play to life, with a toe-tapping score by Ben.
For advance ticket holders, a Free 20-minute puppetry workshop with Jenny is available for 5 to 12 year olds at 5.00pm. The main show will follow at approx. 5.20pm
“Aunty Emily and the Missing Melody is a simply magical performance” Alistair Johnson – Headmaster Perranporth Primary School
Aunty Emily website
Tickets in advance :
All tickets at £5.00 ( £6.00 On The Door )
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