The Wagon of Dreams is touring Wandsworth this summer
Following a 'test drive' at WAF this year, Jellyfish Theatre are touring their brand new outdoor family show, The Wagon of Dreams, to Wandsworth Housing Estates for free this summer!
A hilarious dreamy adventure packed full of puppetry, fun and original music, The Wagon of Dreams tells the tale of three friends who live happily together in a colourful wagon, along with their hilarious, quirky pets. Free as birds, they travel around making friends in all the new places they visit. Until one day, they realise that something is missing from their lives and set out on a quest to catch a dream...
Ages 3+ | Duration 55 minutes | All performances are relaxed and accessibility tools are supplied here.
Where and when?
Weds 11 August 2021, 1pm + 3.30pm
Battersea Park Estate, Orkney St
Thurs 12 August 2021, 1pm + 3.30pm
Aboyne Estate, Strathdon Drive
Fri 13 August 2021, 1pm + 3pm
Alton Estate, Downshire Field
Sat 14 August 2021, 1pm
Streatham Park Estate, Grierson House
Sat 14 August 2021, 4.30pm
Newlands Estate, Franciscan Rd
Tues 17 August 2021, 1pm + 3.30pm
Doddington + Rollo, Garden Square
Weds 18 August, 1pm + 3.30pm
Falcon Rd Estate, Fownes St
Thurs 19 August, 11am
York Rd Estate, Meyrick Rd
Friday 20 August, 1pm + 3.30pm
Copeland St, behind Copeland House
What do audiences think?
Jellyfish Theatre make heart-warming theatre for young audiences, adapting classic tales and creating original work for children aged 3+. Based in South London, they perform in theatres, arts centres, schools, libraries, at festivals and other non-traditional settings across the UK and abroad, bringing stories vividly to life with songs, puppetry and a bit of help from their audience.
Jellyfish Theatre's Wandsworth estates tour is supported by Wandsworth Grant Fund.
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