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Bright lights will enthrall young ones

PUBLISHED: 11:41 29 June 2016 | UPDATED: 11:41 29 June 2016

Magic Adventure is an exemplary work of interactive musical and visual theatre for very young audiences. Photo: Submitted

Magic Adventure is an exemplary work of interactive musical and visual theatre for very young audiences. Photo: Submitted

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An interactive musical and visual theatre company is returning to Great Yarmouth, where the idea was first dreamed up.

Magic Adventure is an exemplary work of interactive musical and visual theatre for very young audiences. Photo: SubmittedMagic Adventure is an exemplary work of interactive musical and visual theatre for very young audiences. Photo: Submitted

Magic Adventure was created 15 years ago very young audiences.

The luminous and interactive spectacular is led by five funny, playful singers with decades of combined experience in creativity and the early years.

Artistic director Charlotte Arculus has worked for 30 years with very young children and the cast also bring similar knowledge and breadth of experience.

Magic Adventure combines methods of playfulness and complicité, drawn from contemporary clowning, physical theatre, jazz improvisation, music therapy.

The huge installation which takes the cast two days to build, using fabric, lights and metal structures to create enticing landscapes.

This summer we see the show returning to Great Yarmouth to perform with invited families from the trailblazing Children’s Centre run by Great Yarmouth Community Trust. The shows are funded by Arts Council England and sees team Magic coming towards the end of a three year tour of East Anglia.

The shows are being held at St Georges Theatre for invited audiences and for the public on Friday, July 1. Tickets £10. Call 01493 331484 or go to: www.stgeorgestheatre.com


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