Giggles galore in kids’ show
This is a real cracker of a Christmas production for the little ones, which can be seen at the venue until January 3.
Directed by Anna Newell, Wigglegiggle is a co-production between Nottingham Playhouse and Re:Play Theatre Production.
Inspired by conversations with children, this show builds on substantial research around how music and rhythm can develop listening and language skills of 3 – 5 years olds.
The result is an energetic, wigglesome, gigglesome mashup of words and rhythms and nifty noises designed to engage children’s imaginations and to enchant their eyes and ears.
Wigglegiggle has been touring in schools, libraries and Sure Start centres, and can be seen in the Neville Studio at Nottingham Playhouse too.
Fiona Buffini, associate director of Nottingham Playhouse, said: “I have never seen such a young audience so enchanted, the actors invite them into the world of the play and they respond without encouragement – deeply engaged as individuals”.
This production will excite and intrigue children with what language can do – and what they can do with language.
But, most of all, Wigglegiggle promises to delight its audience as it messes around with wonderful words, marvelous music, the silliest of sounds and some very interesting moves.
Call the box office at Nottingham Playhouse for more details on 0115 9419419.