A Tale to Tell, a participative performance for school and family audiences, is returning in Summer 2017, following highly successful touring in 2016.
For ages 7+ / years 3-5, it can be performed in schools, community venues, studio theatres or rehearsal rooms.
“It was di erent to normal theatre groups because we were part of the play…it was di erent to anything I’ve seen.” young audience member
By Leeds-based Theatre Company Blah Blah Blah, the production is an enchanting journey into storytelling and shadow play, based on The Arabian Nights. It takes part in a majestic tent, a secret location in the palace gardens, where the audience meets Queen Scheherazade and helps her nish her nal story.
“When I was listening to the story my mind was just hooked and I was not paying attention to anything else, just the story.” young audience member
Suitable for families and/or school groups. Due to its participative nature, audiences are limited to 50 people (35 for children only/school groups). However it is performed twice a day, with a total audience reach of 100.
“One of the best productions I have seen in 30+ years of teaching. There was nobody who wasn’t completely entranced.” Teacher/group leader
The performance lasts 75 minutes, and an hour either side is required for get-in and get-out.
“I found the acting breathtaking. I really felt for every single character. It made me think about my own life and what I would do if I was in that situation.” audience member
Contact Name: Ceri Brierley
Contact email: firstname.lastname@example.org
This show is still taking bookings