22 Nov - 31 Dec 2017 Ages: 2 - 6

Boing!

A Travelling Light and Bristol Old Vic production

Who can sleep on Christmas eve?

  • Directed by Sally Cookson
  • Choreographed by Wilkie Branson and Joêl Daniel
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  • Under 18s: £12 - £14
  • Adults: £12 - £20
  • Preview Prices until 24 Nov
  • Family & Friends Offer
  • 22 Nov 2017 Wed 10.15 LIMITED AVAILABILITY
  • 22 Nov 2017 Wed 13.45 AVAILABLE
  • 23 Nov 2017 Thu 10.15 LIMITED AVAILABILITY
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Ages: 2 - 6
Duration: 50 mins

★★★★ ‘Utterly dazzling. Rumbustious, exhilarating dance theatre.’ The Guardian

This piece of dance-theatre captures the delirious excitement of two boys waiting for Father Christmas to arrive on the most magical night of the year. 

There are beds to be jumped on, pillows to be fought with, seas to be sailed…On this most extraordinary night, let your imagination soar right up to the stars.

Following in their tradition of bringing enchanting shows for small children to venues up and down the country, Travelling Light have created this show to get your feet tingling and your head spinning with a whirl of colourful images and playful sounds.

This is a deaf-friendly show. 

PRODUCTION GALLERY
Photos by Helen Murrary
 

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TICKET OFFERS

Preview prices 22 - 24 Nov: all tickets £12
Family and Friends Offer from 25 Nov - buy 4 tickets and save 15% (must include 1 adult / child ticket)

FOR SCHOOLS (SUITABLE FOR NURSERY - YEAR 2)

School tickets from £7
Got a question? Contact schools@unicorntheatre.com

ACCESS PERFORMANCES

Book tickets and find out more about access at the Unicorn.

If you are attending a relaxed performance, a visual story will be made available ahead of your visit. 

Relaxed Performance
Wednesday 29 November 2017, 10.15
Saturday 16 December 2017, 14.30

The Team

Directed by Sally Cookson
Rehearsal Director Jude Merrill
Designer Katie Sykes
Musical Director Alex Vann
Puppetry Director Chris Pirie 
Choreographer Joel Daniel
Performer/Choreographer Wilkie Branson
Performer Matt Mulligan 
Dramaturg Mike Akers

 

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