Performances

 

Sunday January 13th 11.30-12.30- The Nutcracker

Gemma Feeney from Florian Dance is doing a virtuoso one-ballerina performance of The Nutcracker (with a lot of joining in). This is definitely one not to miss! If you don’t know Gemma, she is legendary to many in Winchester as the teacher who makes ballet utterly magical to anyone. If you do know her, you will know why you must try and come….

At the Winchester Discovery Centre. £3 each or £10 for a family (max 5). Call 01962 873603 or book online . Suitable for ages 2 plus.

Sunday 10th February 11.30-12-30- Springtime Farmers

The season is changing and it is time to get busy down the farm.  Get your wellies on and get muddy with some of your favourite nursery songs and a couple of new ones too!

‘Springtime Farmers’ will be performed by Jackie Drew (of Rhymenreason) and new Story Lounger Jo Levine, with a dramatic and seasonal nursery rhyme musical story session for all. These two talented musician/performers will delight you with their music and get you involved too. Feel free to bring farm related toys (tractors and pigs and so on….) and tales from your own farm experiences too.

At the Winchester Discovery Centre. £3 each or £10 for a family (max 5). Call 01962 873603 or book online . Suitable for ages 2 plus.

 

Sunday 10th March 11.30-12.30 The Magic Paintbrush

Pictures will come to life with a little imagination. Take part in this story by bringing your wildest imaginings along with you and a pen and paper if you wish as well. This famous story will be told by Isobel Simons and a mystery artist in the CHILDREN’S LIBRARY rather than the usual venue.

At the Winchester Discovery Centre. £3 each or £10 for a family (max 5). Call 01962 873603 or book online . Suitable for ages 2 plus.

 

Sunday 21st April 11.30-12.30 The (Mini) Magic Flute

 

James McConnachie will make his spectacular debut for the Story Lounge with this inspired and thoroughly unusual take on the much loved opera.
How high can you sing? How low can you go? Can you sing with your mouth shut? Using singing games for little ones, James McConnachie tells the magical story from Mozart’s beloved opera about a prince, a princess, a monster, a bird-man … and the scary Queen of the Night. It will be a wonderful and life enhancing blend of audience participation and beautiful songs and arias. Opera for the masses (and minis too).

At the Winchester Discovery Centre. £3 each or £10 for a family (max 5). Call 01962 873603 or book online . Suitable for ages 2 plus.

 

 

 

Sunday May 12th 11.30-12.30

Sunday June 9th 11.30-12.30

Sunday July 14th 11.30-12.30

Book Online or call  the Discovery Centre on 01962 873603

 

 

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