GL4 Festival in partnership with Strike A Light presents
by Touched Theatre
Mon 16 – Wed 18 Oct
10am, 11:30am & 1pm
Matson Baptist Church, GL4 6LA
A magical introduction to theatre for the very young.
There are melodies that live in all of us. No one knows that more than Marty the puppy, whose bedtime songs and play-time with his Dad are the best part of his day. But sometimes, you have to learn how to find the music inside yourself…
Twinkle Twinkle is a beautiful adventure in music and light, featuring high quality puppetry, magical interaction and a gorgeous original score with live music-making for all. Join Marty on his journey to find the brightest light in the sky, and inside all of us.
Suitability: 18 months – 3 years (and their not-so-grown-ups!)
Duration: up to 60 mins
(Twinkle Twinkle is a 35-minute experience which can be followed with puppy playtime with the irresistible puppy puppet, Marty.)
Twinkle Twinkle is in collaboration with internationally acclaimed ‘baby theatre’ director Anna Newell, founder of BabyDay, which won the N14Kids award for Best Event 2016.
Their irresistible puppet puppy, Marty, is designed by rising star Annie Brooks. The interactive musical score is created by composer and multi-instrumentalist Foz Foster (David Devant and his Spirit Wife). Multi award-winning Brazilian puppeteer Fagner Gastaldon performs alongside Darren East.
*This performance is exclusively for those with profound multiple learning difficulties (PMLD).
The show was made for audiences 18 months – 3 years but will interest those with profound learning disabilities alike. We kindly ask that you do not purchase tickets to this performance unless you are bringing someone with PMLD, to ensure that our audiences get the most from the performance.
Booking fees apply
Tickets are £3 per person – both adults and children require a ticket each
Please ensure you book the correct performance; tickets cannot be exchanged or refunded
We realise that it can be difficult getting little ones ready, but we would really appreciate it if audiences could arrive around 15 minutes beforehand to ensure we can start on time.