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JOIN HALF MOON FOR FREE HALF TERM PERFORMANCES

Tower Hamlets is the home of Half Moon from where it creates award-winning plays and this year we were so excited to welcome the group to our free midweek programme of In the Neighbourhood. Although we won't be enjoying these shows in Victoria Park, Half Moon Theatre are giving you the chance to experience four of the best shows as part of All Points East. Join them Monday to Thursday to enjoy one of their family performances for children:

Monday 25 May: BUTTERFLIES

Butterflies (family show – recommended ages 3-8)
An uplifting tale of friendship and courage as three friends embark on an adventure to chase their butterflies away because sometimes it is OK to feel a little anxious. Butterflies will whisk you away on an epic journey which helps us all to understand, accept or overcome these feelings. Click to view.

Tuesday 26 May: WHEN SPRING COMES

When Spring Comes (family show – recommended ages 3-7)
Follow Adeel on his journey of discovery from summer into winter as he anticipates the coming of spring. A play about loss and rebirth, When Spring Comes beautifully fuses Kathak and contemporary dance with live jazz music, against a stunning backdrop of beautiful animation. Click to view.

Wednesday 27 May: ONCE UPON A SNOWFLAKE

Once Upon a Snowflake (family show – recommended ages 4-9s)
A magical world of shadow puppetry, storytelling and enchanting, quirky songs. Follow Liza into a colourful whirlwind of stories and adventure, led by a tiny magical Sprite with a fascination for snowflakes and where things may never be the same again. Click to view.

Thursday 28 May: THE GOOSE WHO FLEW

The Goose Who Flew (family show – recommended ages 3-7)
Meet an assortment of quirky characters including Goose’s metallic friend Bolty, paper-loving official Whiskers and a feathery jazz singer called Flossy, in this delightful puppetry show that offers an age appropriate exploration of the issues facing people who seek safety in a new land. Click to view.

https://www.halfmoon.org.uk/