Oct-Nov: Family theatre at Eastwood Park

15 10 2010

With the nights starting to close in and the magic of winter-time just around the corner, what better time to introduce your wee ones to the delight and enchantment of the theatre?

Throughout October and November, Eastwood Park welcomes the return of some of Scotland’s most imaginative theatre companies with brand new shows devised especially for 2-6 year olds (and over!)

paperbelle image 2Beginning this weekend, 17th October, and running through until Wednesday the 20th, Frozen Charlotte bring us the enchanting story of Paperbelle, a gentle and playful exploration of colour from the creators of much-loved productions Moussa’s Castle and Peep.

jumping mouse image 1Fresh from rave reviews at the Fringe, Unpacked Theatre park up on 22nd October with Jumping Mouse, a fun-filled show for the over 5s that uses live music, songs, puppetry (and bits of an old London bus) to tell the magical story of a most unusual little mouse about to have a very big adventure.

If I was a mouse image 1And, continuing the furry friends theme, Reeling and Writhing have chosen Eastwood Park as the last stop for their spell-binding production If I Was a Mouse I Would Hide in Your Hood. If I Was a Mouse… is an intimate adventure made of tricks and tales, puppets and people, music, mice and friends, suitable for anyone age 3-6, and anyone else who still believes in the magic of friendship.

More information on these shows can be found on pages 19-20 of Eastwood Park’s Sept-Dec Season Programme, or call Box Office on 0141 577 4970.  Our family shows are always a big hit, so be sure to book early to avoid missing out!

Also, keep checking this blog for more tidbits and tales from Paperbelle, Jumping Mouse and If I Was a Mouse coming soon.




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