A NEW circle of relatives display continues its run on the Lighthouse in Poole till December 24. Otto and the Robin used to be commissioned through the Lighthouse and created through Dorset-based Angel Go out Theatre corporate.
Stuffed with festive cheer and a laugh songs, Otto and the Robin is a heartwarming story of creating pals and overcoming our fears. It is wintry weather time and chilly sufficient to snow within the Dorset village of Piddle underneath Puddle.
Otto has been invited to the once a year Christmas birthday party hosted through the chatty baker Maggie. Everybody will probably be there. Smartly, just about everybody Otto would really like to head, however the unhappy reality is he is simply too shy. Then in the future a cheeky robin flies in thru Otto’s window and adjustments his Travels endlessly.
It includes a stunning home made puppet (by way of Polly Beestone), an unique soundtrack and songs performed via Otto on his banjo (composed through Angel Go out common Tom Ball), and surprising design via Sarah Dicks (AUB graduate, The Ballad of Martha Brown, Cirque Bijou, Struggle for the Winds). The position of Otto is performed via Oliver Grant (Conflict Horse, Stick Guy) and Lynne Forbes (co-Creative Director of Angel Go out Theatre, who has gave the impression in all in their presentations since 2007, and labored with native firms Stuff and Nonsense, Platform four and Hoodwink) operates the robin and performs Maggie. The display is directed by way of Tamsin Fessey, co-artistic Director of Angel Go out Theatre.
Otto and the Robin will probably be Angel Go out’s first display for this age workforce, however their unique and visually creative taste is well-suited to shooting the imaginations of more youthful theatre goers. As affiliate artists at Lighthouse, Angel Go out’s fresh productions of The Black Curtain, Moonfleet, The Secret Lawn and maximum lately The Ballad of Martha Brown have cemented their popularity as probably the most south’s main theatre firms.
Aimed on the beneath 8s and their households, Otto and the Robin has been commissioned by way of Lighthouse and used to be created with give a boost to from Marine Theatre, Lyme Regis R&D by way of the Sea and Arts Council England. A comfortable efficiency takes position on Monday, December 14 and is designed to welcome other folks of every age who would have the benefit of a extra at ease setting, together with other folks at the autism spectrum, with sensory and verbal exchange difficulties, or a studying incapacity.
: For tickets touch Lighthouse, Poole on 0844 406 8666 or lighthousepoole.co.united kingdom
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