Fantastic Family Theatre for 5-9 year olds, and beyond, comes to Nottingham City Libraries starting on Friday!
Welcome aboard! Join the boy and a bear at sea with just a suitcase, a ukulele and a teapot to help them. Dark clouds are looming, the ocean is full of dangers, there’s only one sandwich left and it’s nearly teatime. When all seems lost can their friendship survive? Where are they heading? And will they ever get there?
Adapted by Stewart Melton from the award-winning novel by Dave Shelton and featuring live music and movement, A Boy and a Bear in a Boat is a funny, thoughtful and thrilling adventure for everyone five years and older. Produced by the brilliant Spark Arts, it’s a theatrical feast for all the family!
Tickets: £2 per child
Accompanying adults FREE
All performances are available to book online via Eventbrite or from the venue library in person or by telephone.
|Friday 29 July||2pm to 3pm||Wollaton Library|
|Saturday 30 July||11am to 12pm||Nottingham Central Library|
|Monday 1 August||2pm to 3pm||Clifton Library|
|Tuesday 2 August||11am to 12pm||St Ann’s Valley Library|
|Tuesday 2 August||4pm to 5pm||Bulwell Riverside Library|
|Wednesday 3 August||11am to 12pm||Hyson Green Library|
… and here’s what other audiences have said about it:
“A beautiful, funny, moving piece of theatre; a treat for children and adults alike” – Primary Times.
“Incredible, amazing, brilliant” – Bailey, aged 8.
Plus, keep a look out for all the other Summer Reading Challenge activities and events taking place in all City Libraries during the school summer holidays. For more on these, click here!