The perfect show for 3-7 yr olds: a heartfelt story about compassion, community and understanding
- Photo by Stephen Beeny
After last week's International Womens Day, we are excited to see his one-woman show when it visits Brighton Dome next month.
Described as a heartfelt story about compassion, community and understanding, this one looks like a pretty worthwhile story as well as a way to entertain the little ones this Easter holidays. Plus, we love those fabulous feathers!
Aimed at 3-7 year old's and their grown-ups, the show is a combination of the art of puppetry, storytelling and music, and has already been entertaining audiences up and down the country.
The theme of the tale explores the issues facing people who seek safety in a new land. Goose loves the summer, playing with his family and friends – swimming on the rivers, flying above the treetops and singing under the gaze of the full moon. When the days start to become colder, Goose knows it will soon be time to fly south for the winter. But, as his journey begins, things are not as they should be. Down below, a border has appeared and there are barbed wire fences and flashing lights.
“If I was a goose, who flew, what would I do? Where would I go? I know, do you?”
We love the look of the quirky characters – including Goose’s metallic friend Bolty, paper-loving official Whiskers and a feathery jazz singer called Flossy.
The tour will continue it's tour including Oxford, Brighton, Manchester, London, and other locations, and you can get tickets from as little as £5. Find dates and venues for the show here.