Date: 08/05/2012 Category: Arts and Theatre
Sundays are for Kids at The Brook Theatre and this summer’s line up promises to be as exciting and entertaining as ever.
The Owl Who Was Afraid of the Dark comes to Chatham on Sunday, 20 May.
Based on the classic children’s book by Jill Tomlinson, this funny and gentle tale is written especially for children aged three to seven years old.
Plop is a baby barn owl who is afraid of the dark. One day his mum suggests he fly down into the world and find out about the dark for himself. And so begins his adventure into a world of campfires, fireworks and moonlight.
With an irresistible blend of live music, puppetry and storytelling, this beautiful show introduces an old friend to a new generation of theatregoers.
Another animal tale with a happy ending is The Ugly Duckling. This classic story of the duckling who longs to be a beautiful swan comes to The Brook on Sunday, 24 June.
Suitable for children aged three and upwards, Kipper Tale Theatre’s production includes catchy tunes, magical storytelling and a lots of farmyard fun.
The popular Kid's Cabaret of Curiosities rolls into town on Sunday, 15 July.
An array of dazzling professional cabaret acts – from magnificent magicians to cracking circus artists – will take to the stage to leave young faces wide-eyed with wonder.
For more details about Sundays are for Kids at The Brook Theatre phone the box office on 01634 338338 or visit www.medwayticketslive.co.uk
· To make the theatre visit all the more special, children’s parties can also be catered for. For more details about party catering, please phone the box office on 01634 338338.