FLIT, FLAP & FLY
Get ready to take flight for the very first time.
Young children and their big people are invited on a squawking adventure inside the nest of a unique bird family.
Flit, Flap & Fly follows a young chick’s frantic and funny journey towards independence, and her relationship with her fine-singing single father.
“The touching tale of a baby bird learning to spread her wings... pure theatrical joy”
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FINE CHISEL are known around the UK for their playful theatre and foot-stomping live music.
Join them on this noisy escapade about growing up and singing your heart out.
You'll find the birds squawking here:
Public performances: The Brewhouse Theatre, Taunton
Thursday 4th October 2018
The show is perfectly suited for schools bookings and family festivals, with a flexible nest that can pop-up almost anywhere, in small halls or huge fields. For more information or to talk about booking Flit, Flap & Fly please contact Tom: email@example.com
'The children showed a very high level of engagement in the show and were completely mesmerised in the world. We were moved by the participation of the children and response the performers gave to the children's comments and actions, weaving them into the story. The children have been full of talk about the show and speculating about the nature of the birds. Our children with English as an additional language particularly enjoyed the show.' - Primary School Teacher, Bath
'A joy to watch... as were the audience's reactions!' - Venue Manager, Somerset
'Thank you for the gorgeous, charming Flit, Flap & Fly today at the farm. I am still grinning. Total magic.' - Mum, Bristol
DIRECTED by TOM SPENCER
DEVISED & PERFORMED by GEORGE WILLIAMS & MAIA AYLING
(Devised and performed in 2016 by George Williams & Andy Kelly)
With additional MUSIC by VERITY STANDEN
COSTUMES by DEBBIE HARD
MOVEMENT DIRECTION by LAURA STREET
NEST BUILDING by GEOFF BROWN (Spinney Hollow)
& ADDITIONAL CREATIVE INPUT from SIMON DAY and SARAH ARGENT
PHOTOGRAPHY by PAUL BLAKEMORE.
Supported by funding from ARTS COUNCIL ENGLAND