The grass remembers. It remembers you. It remembers me. And it remembers the animals that called the meadow home.
Time changes everything. In a post-human future, only the grass remembers the way things used to be. Meet the animals and insects that lived in the meadow, and see their stories come to life. Old Saw return with a new puppetry show for children and their families. Told with inventive handcrafted puppets made from organic materials found in the meadow and original music by the outstanding singer/songwriter Paul Mosley.
Meadow is an original puppetry production for children 3+, created by Little Angel Theatre's Associate Artist, Greta Clough. The production premiered with a limited London tour this summer, including an open-air performance at a London Wildlife Trust site!
SPRING/AUTUMN 2016 TOUR DATES:
1 May - Hvammstangi, Iceland
6-7 May - Salisbury Arts Centre, Salisbury
8 May - Watermans, Brentford
14 May - Trumpington Meadows (Wildlife Trust for BCN), Cambridgeshire
15 May - The North Wall, Oxford
20- 22 May - The Warren, Brighton Fringe
28 - 29 May - Polka Theatre, Wimbledon
30 May - 1 June - The Warren, Brighton Fringe
2 June - Cley Marshes Nature Reserve (NWLT), Norfolk
4 June - Courtyard Theatre, Hereford
17 July - Larmer Tree Festival, UK
26 - 27 August - Shambala Festival, UK
19 - 22 September - rural Iceland tour
24 & 25 September - Hof, Akureryi, Iceland
If you would like to discuss having Meadow at your venue, or have any queries about the production, please contact Greta Clough on 07766 204 208 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
"A wonderful dreamlike performance..." (Curious Mum)
"...as fine a piece of theatre as any 3-6 year old might be fortunate enough to see." (Reviews Gate)
"...uniquely comforting" (Volume Magazine, Paul Mosley)
"A simple but very profound tale...genuinely awe inspiring." (Hackney Gazette, Old Saw, Tomten)
".. a garage orchestra of magic realist folk-pop. Excellent." (Q Magazine, Paul Mosley)
"Soothing and charming, intricate and calming...very talented children's artists indeed." (A Younger Theatre, Tomten)