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A cosy performance of the magical show from Travelled Companions
Come and snuggle down and get cosy in the Hug A Mug sensory space to watch Travelled Companions interactive theatre performance for Early Years children and their grown ups, 5 More Minutes.
The show has a limited capacity of 25 people per performance (children + adults – babes in arms go not counted in capacity)
Stimulating and fun session set at a great pace. Both my boys loved it!
We been to a few Teeny tiny theatre shows and they have all been fabulous. Perfectly presented for the kids, appealling to their sense of humour and love of stories. So much more accessible than a standard theatre sitting close to the performers, interactive and flexible to move around if the little ones need to get up. Really speedy response if you message them with any questions.
We loved our storytelling session with Gav Cross and Teeny Tiny Theatre. Highly recommended.
Expands the imagination
Makes children smile
I come from both a theatre and education background. Over the years I have worked as a performer, writer, stage manager, workshop facilitator and teacher. Most recently, I have been at home looking after my two children (6 & 3) and had the idea for Teeny Tiny Theatre. I hope my experience as a parent, theatre professional and teacher will enable me to select the best performances that will engage and inspire our young audiences.
Laura is a Drama and Theatre teacher with over 15 years experience working creatively with young people. She originally trained and worked as a secondary Drama teacher and Head of Drama in South and East London, Lancashire and Wirral and is now thrilled to be embarking on a new career as a freelance Drama Education practitioner working with young people aged 0-18 years.