The Boy And The Statue Directed and Created by Paula Garfield
A theatre production to watch!
Presented by Deafinitely Theatre a company founded in 2002 are an independent, professional Deaf-led company Following a successful run last summer, Deafinitely Theatre's first production aimed at young children and families is returning to Tricycle Theatre in Kilburn, London.
Thursday 12 May & Friday 13 May 10.30am & 1pm Tricycle performance for schools
Saturday 14 May 11.30am & 2pm Public performance
Another rainy day in London and William the statue is fed up feeling wet, grey and dirty. Not even his best friend Fevvers the pigeon can cheer him up. And things are about to get worse. The Lord Mayor of London is coming to visit and William the statue is going to be pulled down! Young Craig notices how sad William is and teams up with Fevvers to try and save him as they embark on a race against time. This show is suitable for deaf and hearing audiences.
Suitable for 4–7 yrs
Running time 50 mins
Suitable for both deaf & hearing audiences
£6 / £5
To book tickets please phone the box office (via Typetalk if deaf) on 020 7328 1000 or book online via the Tricycle Theatre's website. http://www.tricycle.co.uk/
Tricycle Theatre 269 Kilburn High Road, London NW6 7JR
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