Crows Nest Theatre Company Present ALMA
Date: Wednesday 26th July 2017
Showtimes: 11.30am and 2.30pm.
Venue: Bellerby Studio, G Live, London Rd, Guildford GU1 2AA
Tickets: £9.50/£35 Family Ticket (2 Adults + 2 Children/1 Adult + 3 Children)
Box office: 01483 369 350 or BOOK ONLINE HERE
Crows Nest Theatre are making their Guildford Fringe Festival debut with their children’s show Alma. Created for children five years and above, Alma is an energetic and interactive show helping children understand loss and bereavement.
Alma is looking for Grandpa. He has gone away without saying goodbye and everyone is using words Alma doesn’t understand. So, with a hop, skip and a song, Alma sets off on world-wide adventure to find him, remembering all her fun journeys with Grandpa and making new friends along the way! Though music, puppetry and song, Alma’s story is a touching celebration of life, whilst offering a heart warming exploration of grief.
Crows Nest Theatre Company was formed by three artists who believe difficult subjects are important to talk about. So through storytelling, music and puppetry, Crows Nest will shed some light on the darker corners of our world.
Roberta Zuric – Director and deviser
Roberta is a freelance theatre director. Previous work includes Zero for the Young Dudes! (Orange Tree Theatre/Albany/National Theatre), All Quiet on the Western Front (Edinburgh Fringe, Pleasance, London, and SoHo Playhouse, NYC), A Christmas Carol (Librarian Theatre), Naked (Brockley Jack), Leonce and Lena (Brockley Jack), #MyWay (Young Pleasance). She is an associate artist of Young Pleasance Theatre and National Youth Theatre.
Arran Glass – Composer, deviser and performer
Arran Glass is an actor, musician and puppeteer based in London and Bristol. He has worked as composer and performer with Little Angel Theatre (We’re Going On A Bear Hunt, The Journey Home), Polka Theatre (Wind In The Willows) The Wrong Crowd (The Girl With The Iron Claws) , Metta Theatre (Alice) and can be seen in the BBC’s Zingzillas. He is currently touring the UK with his folk band Apple of my Eye.
Emma Waterford – Deviser and performer
Emma Waterford has performed in theatre productions across the UK, Europe and America. Previous productions include Leonce and Lena (Brockley Jack), Nell Gwynn’s History Laid Bare (Various/Touring) Pinter’s People (Haymarket Theatre), A Man for all Seasons (Haymarket Theatre), The Hollow (National Tour).
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