Emily brown and the thing play
Emily Brown and the Thing by Cressida CowellAn original and witty take on a classic theme--being afraid of the dark In this warm-hearted tale, Emily and Stanley find a Thing crying outside their window. They embark on a series of adventures to find everything he needs for a good nights sleep, but nothing seems to work. What is troubling the Thing, and why cant he get to sleep? Parents and children everywhere will recognize all the bizarre excuses a child can make to keep the light on and a parent in the room at bedtime, and this story reminds how important it is to talk to children, and find out what is really going on in the complex depths of a childs imagination.
Emily Brown & the Thing
I could even, if I were feeling very lazy, sum it up into one brief, yet to the point, sentence: go and see this play. We were nervous at taking the one year old Girl along to live theatre, but she sat, entranced, for the entirety, even joining in with some of the interactive parts and swaying along to the music. The cast comprised of three actors taking on the parts of Emily Brown, Stanley her rabbit and miscellaneous bits parts and sound effects. Right from the opening moments the audience — including me and The Man — were chuckling away and the light comedic touch carried on throughout. Small toys were used to represent the full-sized actors in some of their more action-packed sequences which allowed a really playful, exciting adventure to be told and created a very moving scene for the finale. Emily Brown and the Thing is running at The Cornerstone in Didcot until the 24th December and, although it is not specifically a Christmas play, it is nevertheless a magical piece of family-friendly theatre that everyone will enjoy.
Ages 3+. Something monstrous is keeping Emily Brown awake One evening, Emily Brown and her old grey rabbit Stanley hear a Thing crying outside their.
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March 9, 2019 - March 10, 2019
While all three cast members demonstrate a vibrant energy, sense of fun, tenderness and technically strong capacity for physical storytelling. One of the company's finest hours. Our third production by UK's Tall Stories, this beautifully crafted three-hander uses dance, music and puppetry to tell Cressida Cowell's much loved tale. With Isla Shaw's imaginative interlocking set, and Olivia Jacobs direction, her adaptation whisks Emily, her rabbit and the spellbound audience through all the book's different adventures - and took our young audiences with them! One evening, Emily Brown and her old grey rabbit Stanley hear a Thing crying outside their window. He just can't get to sleep.
A musical adaptation of the book by Cressida Cowell and Neal Layton. One evening, Emily Brown and her old grey rabbit Stanley hear a Thing crying outside their window. Parents and children the world over will recognize all the bizarre excuses a child can make to keep the light on and a parent in the room at bedtime, and this story has a gentle message that there's really no need to be scared of 'Things' in the night. Touching on themes of fear, bravery and adventure, this production has great songs, clever puppets, and characters that audiences of all ages will adore. Please contact us to watch a full length archival recording.
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