Dance |
16th April 2016

Sat 16 April | 2pm | £9 / £7 Under 16s

A unique playroom performance, Innocence invites little ones (and their adults), to explore William Blake’s imagination and enter a realm of mystery, fun and adventure.  Innocence is a magical theatrical journey led by Scottish Dance Theatre’s captivating dancers, with live music, songs, giggles and animal noises by Paul Bradley.  A beautiful and engaging dance experience for young ones, their families and friends.

“Fleur Darkin has conjured a show that captures all ages”  ★★★★★ The Sunday Express

“positively perfect introduction to dance” ★★★★ The Scotsman

“Dazzling…an infectious sense of fun and excitement”  ★★★★The Times

Families will be invited into the auditorium and asked to sit on the floor/stage in a circle with the dancers.  The dancers perform in the circle encouraging the children to join in some of the movements and gestures.  As the piece progresses the children are encouraged to join in; singing dancing, pretending to be animals and birds.  Towards the end the children and dancers work together to make a big tree out of paper.

The piece gives children the freedom to join in and explore their own creativity whilst playing and working together with other children.  We encourage the children to laugh, talk and join in as much as they feel comfortable.

Venue: Theatre
Age recommendation: 3+
Running time: 50mins


16th April 2016

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