On Easter Sunday, 1st April at 2pm, Old Bakery Studios will host it's very first piece of family theatre, with The Boy Who Climbed Into The Moon, by Theatre Alibi.
This production encourages children to believe in themselves, and widen their horizons. That anything is possible.
Theatre Alibi have a long standing reputation for producing exciting work for children, with their ingenious physical performance style, exciting set and fantastic puppets. Accompanied by beautiful live accordion music, this show is fun and touching for adults too.
This funny and magical story is aimed at 6 - 11 year olds, and is written by David Almond, the award winning author of Skellig and My Dad's a Birdman.
The show was adapted by Daniel Jamieson, winner of 2017's Best Of Edinburgh award, with his show The Flying Lovers of Vitebsk, performed by Kneehigh Theatre.
There will be informal seating, as well as a cosy seating/slouching/lying down area with blankets and cushions for young children, in front of the stage.
If anyone is able to take any flyers and posters, particularly in any local schools, please can you contact us with your address and we'll get some posted out.
Audience: 6 - 11 year olds
Parking: No parking on site or on Malpas Rd. Please park at Tesco or Garras Wharf and walk round (2 mins)