Two performers, five stories and a host of bugs, birds, animals and magical creatures! Open Sky Productions bring to life two thousand year old stories using a happy mix of rhyme, movement, live music, song and puppetry. And it’s funny too.
Monkey tries to wind up Buffalo. Pigeon saves Ant from disaster. Tortoise’s big mouth leads to a smelly fate. Little Hare scares Deer, Ox, Tiger and Elephant until Lion steps in. And the Prince is indeed mighty but is he mightier than the Giant?
Based on stories for children told by the Buddha, each fable has a simple moral for young hearts and minds. An enchanting family show for ages 3+
The Might Prince runs for 45 minutes without an interval.
Tickets at £5 are available from Kingsland Post Office or T 01568 709579 or www.artsalive.co.uk
Proceeds go towards the restoration of Kingsland Church via SMAAAK (the Friends of St Michaels & All Angels Church).
This production has been brought to us by Arts Alive.
Kingsland Coronation Hall
Kingsland, Nr Leominster, HerefordshireHR6 9QS United Kingdom
- Phone: 01568 708002
- Website: www.herefordshire.gov.uk/leisure-and-culture/community-halls/kingsland-coronation-hall
A new book by retired Methodist minister Ralph Fennell encourages tourists and locals to discover the rich history and architecture of Herefordshire’s churches.
Ralph, who originally took up invitation to write an article for his church magazine, has now fulfilled an ambition to publish a book about the churches he has visited. A hundred or more churches in and around Herefordshire is published by Church in the Marketplace and is enhanced by the black and white illustrations. The book is on sale priced £12.50 with funds towards St Johns Methodist Church from Ursula Davies, Hunters Moon, Breinton, Hereford, HR4 7PB, tel: 01432 266746 or email: email@example.com