AnimAlphabet, a musical journey set on an island full of bright colourful characters and bold puppets, will be coming to The Hawth Theatre on .
AnimAlphabet features unforgettable catchy songs, written by Sam and Al from The Hoosiers, and is a musical entertainment education experience that introduces music theory and terminology to children and their families.
Treble Clef island is a wonderful land of music, song and dance, but there is a problem. Calando the dastardly duck is threatening to steal sound forever. Can Colin the Cockatoo, together with his musical-misfit friends, thwart Calando’s plans?
Each character is fun, bright and colourful and has his or her own unique musical style. The audience meets Colin the Country Cockatoo, a Jazz Giraffe, a Hip-Hop Donkey, a swing Alligator and a Reggae Frog. The show also looks at the environments that the characters inhabit, from the homes of the South American Alligator and African elephant, to those of the Caribbean Frog and the Australasian Cockatoo.
AnimAlphabet promises to be a family musical like none other.
Performance: Sunday 1 October at 3pm, Hawth Theatre. Tickets: £12.50 (family of four £42), available from The Hawth Box Office: 01293 553636 or by visiting: hawth.co.uk