The Little White Bird

An original piece of children's theatre inspired by the novel by J.M. Barrie.

The Little White Bird

About this event

Starts: Friday 9 December 2016 10:30 AM

Ends: Thursday 22 December 2016 12:00 PM

At: Churchill Theatre, High Street, Bromley, Kent, BR1 1HA

Enter the magical world of Kensington Gardens after Lock-Out Time, when the park gates are closed and the animals come out to play. Join Snowy the Owl as he tries to catch forty winks, unaware that a mischievous mouse has other plans…

Join us in the Studio at the Churchill Theatre for this original piece of children's theatre, inspired by J.M. Barrie's The Little White Bird, for children aged 2+ and their families.

From the creator of The Boy Who Lost Christmas ("Gentle, innocent, and sweetly sad." ***** Broadway Baby), The Little White Bird is the first 12 Days of Christmas production from Creative Learning at the Churchill Theatre.

Festive Little White Bird Craft Workshops inspired by the production are available on Saturday 10 and Saturday 17 December.

Author

Andrew Pritchard

Andrew Pritchard

We have a wide range of classes and courses for all ages that run throughout the year at the theatre, uniquely offering the opportunity to perform on our main stage!

• We run industry events and work experience programmes for young people wanting to work in the theatre.

• We run workshops and longer programmes of work for schools and community groups, as well as offering back stage tours.

• We run Page to Stage workshops for selected shows in the theatre diary.

• We support all our special access performances at the theatre.

• We take part in London-wide and National projects including Big Dance, Shakespeare Schools Festival, and National Theatre Connections, all of which offer new opportunities for everyone to take part in the arts.

• We work with some of the best professional tutors in the theatre industry.

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