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Coming this Spring: Pigeon Theatre’s new children’s show for 3-5 year olds. Today it is Raining is available to book for Spring 2015.

today it is raining poster newOur premiere is at Z-Arts this weekend. Show times 11.00am, 1.00pm and 3.00pm. Book early to avoid disappointment!

Today it is Raining                                                                                                            

It is raining.  And grey. We are stuck inside with nothing to do…

Today it is Raining is a show about the weather, and in particular bad weather, and
about reading books, and in particular books about bad weather. It will
rain, there will be wind, and a storm with thunder and lightning and it
will be grey.  You will be stuck inside with two storytellers and the only thing to do is to read books about the weather.  And there is a drip and a puddle that is
getting bigger.  And there is a wet spider and a wet doctor and wet books.  And
the stories and the characters in the books are slowly taking over.

Warning:  you may get wet…

30 minute show with 15 minute post-show playing.  Very limited capacity.

Today it is Raining tours the UK this Spring 2015. It is supported using public funding through Arts Council England. Also supported by  Z-Arts, hÅb, the University of Leeds and LIPA.

Pigeon Theatre are a Manchester based contemporary performance company.  Our work is experimental and interactive – we use non-traditional spaces and unconventional social engagement to create shared intimacies between ourselves and our audience. We have been making and touring innovative theatre since 2001.  This is our first children’s show.

 

 

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