DragonBird Song

1/23

DragonBird is back performing live and we're going on a new adventure! DragonBird Song is a 50-minute live session that explores exciting and tactile worlds through immersive theatrical play and song for children aged 0-5. 

 

Our heartbeats sync up when we sing together and singing makes us feel more relaxed, more together and happier. DragonBird Song will use the interactive and immersive TheatrePlay that we have been bringing to children for over ten years, with an added sense of belonging and exploration in a guided singing and play session for adults and their little ones. Through harmonies, singing in the round and other musical tricks, we’ll explore the world around us, oceans, jungles and far-away planets!

You don’t need to be a singer to join us, just bring your imagination!

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Lotte is co-founder of DragonBird Theatre and has been bringing rich theatrical experiences to little ones and their grown ups throughout Bristol and across the South West for over ten years. She loves creating and making beautiful and tactile worlds for children to get lost in and creating a welcoming and playful space for adults and children alike. Raised in a world of folk music, Lotte loves to sing and get everyone singing together.

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Anna Cornish brings a wealth of experience of all things songs and singing. She has led interactive theatre workshops for children in London, sea shanty workshops at the South Bank Centre and Tribe of Dorris festival, and many a beautiful folk song workshop for old and young alike. A former member of the Bristol sea shanty sensation The Longest Johns, Anna also sings with the wonderful Norfolk Broads and we’re now lucky enough to sing with her too! 

Length of sessions: 50 minutes
Tickets: £5 per person. You will need a ticket for each child and adult attending.
Additional siblings under 3 months old are free and don’t require a ticket.

If you have any other questions about the sessions or venue, get in touch.

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