We have a wonderful trailer for our next show – inspired by storylines and characters we have gathered during and after our work with children in Derbyshire, Oxfordshire and East London on our Once Upon a Project. ‘Rufus Longbottom and the Space Rabbit’ will be touring next July! See the trailer here
Well, it has been an incredibly busy week of R&D. We have some really interesting characters to work with, Rufus Longbottom, Dan and Anne all live in the Tandaria Care Home, looked after by the ever patient Bernard. When an Alien Space Rabbit crash lands outside his window, Rufus is drawn to help it. So […]
Today has been the first day with our wonderful performers, KM, Lula, Rebecca, Simon and David and our designer, Tina. We spent all day introducing them to the work we had received from Ray Lodge, Grafton, New City, St John Fisher, South Moreton, St Johns C of E, Dallimore and Ladywood Primary Schools. We have […]
We had a wonderful couple of days working with year 3-6 pupils at Ladywood and Dallimore Primary Schools in Kirk Hallam Derbyshire. On the left hannd side of this page you can see a drawing on an invention called, ‘The Protect’ which automatically emerges from a back pocket whenever danger is near, a scorpion detector […]
We are delighted to announce that we are now a resident company at Stratford Circus. Building upon our collaboration with the theatre and New YVC on the performances of Momo last year, we are soon to start work on a co-production, ‘Once Upon A…’ See more details on our Shows page
Thank you to all the wonderful choirs and audiences who came to participate in and see Momo on it’s recent tour around London. Over 300 children directly participated in the show, with even more participating in the workshops which we ran with our partners in Newham, Merton and Greenwich. The wonderful Matt Rozier of Blind […]
Osnat has really enjoyed working with the working with the Young Song Leaders who have all been singing their hearts out as part of Momo this week. Here she is rehearsing before the show with children from Lonesome Primary School and St Matthew’s Primary School in Merton.