Audiences of all ages will be enchanted by the adventurous, Kite, which heads to Theatre Royal Winchester from Saturday 11 May – Sunday 12 May.
Produced by The Wrong Crowd, it tells the story of a recently orphaned girl who discovers a kite in the attic of her grandma’s obsessively tidy flat. Before her eyes it comes to life and takes her on a wild ride. But little does she know that her grandma has her own brand of magic and the wind will bring them together in ways they would never have imagined.
Inspired by indoor kite flying and stories like The Snowman, Kite is wordless so accessible to deaf and hearing audiences – and is told through dance, with puppets, original music – and of course, kites.
The Wrong Crowd, whose previous productions include Snow White and the Happy Ever After Beauty Salon, are well-known for their inventive and playful theatre.
After the performance there will be the opportunity to meet the cast and puppets.
Kite will be at Theatre Royal Winchester from Saturday 11 May – Sunday 12 May. To find out more, or to book, visit www.theatreroyalwinchester.co.uk or call the Box Office on 01962 840 440.
Photo Gallery Credit: Richard Davenport