Groove Baby Presents: Groove Into The Woods

Family Entertainment |
25th February 2023

Starts 2pm | Tickets £9 | Theatre | Age Guidance 3+ yrs

Family favourite Groove Baby arrives with an exciting, jazz and funk-fuelled show, especially for little ones aged 3-7 and their grown-ups!

Groove Into The Woods is a magical, musical, animated and live-action adventure following three friends into a fairytale forest. There they learn some important lessons about who you can trust, who your friends are, and which troll might eat you.

Specially designed to be a midpoint between a show for children and a ‘regular’ adult concert, this performance has something for everyone (in the kingdom); high-energy interactive theatre meets top-quality gig.

Blending electro jungle rhythms, infectious pop themes, and a heavy dose of 60s Blue Note soul jazz, the Groove Baby Organ Trio creates a non-stop groove that will have everyone on their feet.

Groove Baby is fun for the whole family and gives parents the opportunity to experience concert-hall quality music in a child-friendly environment. The show is developed into a unique and cool form of musical theatre, featuring standout musicians from the UK jazz and contemporary circuit.  Groove Baby shows are a firm family favourite of the London Jazz Festival as well as entertaining audiences across the UK.

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25th February 2023

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