Hullabaloo! 2020 FAMILY SHOWS
Even though we can't be together in person, we can still bring some Fantastic performances for you to enjoy at home with your family!
All Family Shows are available for viewing from scheduled time and then throughout the Festival.
In the interest of safety, we encourage parents to be present at all online activities.
Aesops Fable – The Lion and the Mouse
Little Gem Puppets
Storytelling by the family friendly and colourful Little Gem Puppets. Puppet Maggie narrates Aesops Fable – The Lion and the Mouse using her own thoughts and ideas. Simple puppets characters including a lion and a mouse help her to animate the story. Maggie encourages interaction from the audience throughout the storytelling allowing the children to engage their imagination whilst watching the story.
3 - 6yrs+
The Incredible Tale of Robot Boy
Now, in the most extraordinary high-tech laboratory, a team of the world’s top scientists are attempting the impossible. Their mission is to create a robot with a real brain. Their aim is to push the boundaries of scientific discovery. They succeed. And Robot Boy is born.
The Incredible Tale of Robot Boy is a poetic story about humanity, responsibility and life with dazzling puppetry, interactive film and performance.
6yrs+ (may need help from someone older for some text and reading throughout!)
Wed 28 Oct, 7-7:40pm and until end of Hullabaloo! Festival
The Youth Who Went Forth
and Learned How to Shiver!
Tales from the Shadows
Halloween … It’s a time to gather in the dark and listen to some spooky stories, but here is a frightfully funny story about someone who did not know how to shudder, who did not know what fear was! Join some dancing skeletons, spooky cats and some goofy goblins as they come to life in this spellbinding shadow illustrated folk tale.
Thurs 29 Oct, 6-6:45pm and until end of Hullabaloo! Festival
A man, a tree, two women, three houses, one broom, clouds, sun and a few bugs ... papers with Children’s drawings come alive and bring us into their abstract, but very real world. A show about us, our neighbours, and about the sky which is sometimes... variable.
Fri 30 Oct, 5-5:45pm and until end of Hullabaloo! Festival