Join Wild Words for a new and original story for children aged 6+ and their families, with live music from the sublime sonatas, concertos and symphonies of the Master Composer to rustic folk tunes of the day and an unexpected groovy number!
A Ludwig van Beethoven rollercoaster of drama and daring, triumph and trauma, from the shadows of his father to the guiding love of his mother, from losing his hearing to the Ode to Joy. Meet Mozart, the pink wigs of Vienna and a dancing puppet all wrapped up in Wild Words’ trademark magical invention.
Playshop 2pm – Learn a song to sing in the show and ‘Meet the Instruments’ from strings to brass to accordion (40 minutes)
Performance 3pm – Show Time (55 minutes)
After the show come on stage to meet, ask questions and play some instruments, including hosepipe trumpets!
BSL Interpreted Playshop and Performance on August 23rd, with the help of the Bristol Deaf Centre Family Centre.
“An intoxicating mix of sound and story to leave a magical world lingering in the minds of their young audience for a very long time.”
Catherine Freda, Head of Education at St George’s Bristol
“Loved the performance, the acting and music were splendid. The message about his deafness was beautifully done.”
“Thank you for such a rich, touching, sad-joyful occasion. Musical accomplishment and participation – you have all the bases covered. A dramatic delight.”
Michael Loader – storyteller, storywriter and flugel horn
Alison Francis Black – violin and voice
Martin Solomon – violin, harp and accordion
Caitlin Alais Callahan – piano, flute and bass
Dedicated to my special friend Henry, ‘the Boy with Spirit’ and my Mum who opened my ears to Beethoven.
- AGE RECOMMENDATION6+
- TICKETS £7 / £5 (groups of 20+) / Free (under 3s)
- VENUEThe Wardrobe Theatre