Branar Téatar do Pháistí
in association with Pavilion Theatre & Roscommon Arts Centre
presents the world premiere of
For music lovers aged 2 - 102
Did little Miss Muffett jive around her tuffet? Were Jack and Jill bopping up that hill? Was it a funky beat that made the cradle really rock? Rockin' Rhymes is a new music show for music lovers aged 2 to 102. It is a rock-n-roll adventure featuring nursery rhymes as you’ve never heard them before.
Branar Téatar do Pháistí is delighted to present our first music show for children and families. Original songs based on the well-loved nursery rhymes will be performed by a live 5-piece band, accompanied by animated illustrations by artist Maeve Clancy and directed by Marc Mac Lochlainn.
The band comprises of Helen Gregg vocals, Grace Kiely vocals & double bass, Michael Chang viola & mandolin, Rickie O'Neill drums and Miquel Barcelo musical director on guitar. This show is produced in association with Pavilion Theatre and Roscommon Arts Centre.
Age Group: 2 upwards
Duration: 45 mins approx.
Touring this autumn 2019
Sunday 6th October
Bell Table, Limerick
www.limetretheatre.ie 061 953 400
Sunday 20th October
www.baboro.ie 091 562 667
Friday 25th - Saturday 26th October
Linenhall Arts Centre, Castlebar
www.thelinenhall.com 094 902 3773
Friday 1st November
Roscommon Arts Centre
www.roscommonartscentre.ie 090 662 5824
Saturday 2nd November
Riverbank Arts Centre, Newbridge
www.riverbank.ie 045 448 327
Bookings can be made through your local venue
Poster Design: Peter O’Toole
Photography: Anita Murphy
Branar Téatar do Pháistí is one of the leading theatre companies making work for children in Ireland. We create beautiful, innovative, high quality productions that inspire children and their families.
We tour our work to venues and festivals locally, nationally and internationally.
We support artists to make work for young audiences through our tailored programmes of resource sharing and Tiny Show creation. We create opportunities for children to explore their own arts practice in school settings.