Family Time

Circus Skills Workshop : ‘Carnival’ : Unicorn Theatre : 20th April : Ages 4-7

Foyer Event FREE 20 April: Roll-up, roll-up for a circus skills workshop and some clowning around. Booking required via the Unicorn website.

A Unicorn / Compagnia Rodisio co-production

CARNIVAL

FOR AGES 4-7 | TUE 9 – SUN 28 APR

By Manuela Capece and Davide Doro

Someone is coming who will turn everything upside down.
This someone can build things, invent stories and dance.
This someone can dress up, transform, become someone else.
This someone loves music and has a fridge that’s never empty.
This someone is hardly ever sad.

This someone is a curious clown who lives in a tiny place full of things. This someone can eat 100 sausages and change the order of everything you know, even if it’s only for the smallest of moments.

Are you ready to follow him?

Carnival is about the power of imagination. Made through a series of workshops with local school children from Southwark, Compagnia Rodisio’s vibrant new show is an ode to creativity, the madness of art and the endless possibilities of papier maché.

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Foyer Event FREE 20 April: Roll-up, roll-up for a circus skills workshop and some clowning around. Booking required.

 By Manuela Capece and Davide Doro

Someone is coming who will turn everything upside down.
This someone can build things, invent stories and dance.
This someone can dress up, transform, become someone else.
This someone loves music and has a fridge that’s never empty.
This someone is hardly ever sad.

This someone is a curious clown who lives in a tiny place full of things. This someone can eat 100 sausages and change the order of everything you know, even if it’s only for the smallest of moments.

Are you ready to follow him?

Carnival is about the power of imagination. Made through a series of workshops with local school children from Southwark, Compagnia Rodisio’s vibrant new show is an ode to creativity, the madness of art and the endless possibilities of papier maché.

———-

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