Together they take their audience, young and old(er), on a journey of adventure, where among other marvels they meet a dragon unable to breathe fire in China and a chimney sweep that dances on the rooftops of London.
This family-friendly show is performed by one of the most exciting and versatile small companies around: 2Faced Dance. Its four performers will blend dance with circus arts to create an original, feel-good show just right for the Christmas period.
Even more exciting for younger family members, Tamsin Fitzgerald, Artistic Director of 2Faced Dance, asks that they come dressed in their pyjamas and join in this truly immersive performance. As Ms Fitzgerald puts it: 'Fidgeting, cheering and clapping - it will all be allowed during What the Moon Saw!'
Definitely one to include in your family's Christmas planning!
Note: There’s an accompanying What the Moon Saw dance workshop run by the company on Thursday, 21st December, at 14:30, which families can attend either after the 13:00 show or before the 16:30 show. Tickets: £4 or £12 for four participants
Age Recommendation: 3+
|What||What the Moon Saw, The Place|
|Where||The Place, 17 Duke's Road, London, WC1H 9PY | MAP|
|Nearest tube||Euston Square (underground)|
20 Dec 17 – 22 Dec 17, Several shows per day, times vary Dur.: 45 minutes
|Price||£8 (kids)-£16 (adults)|
|Website||Click here to book via The Place|