Babes in Arms
Children under 24 months are admitted free of charge to this performance on their carer’s lap without a pram.
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Jump into the enchanting tale of a young boy who longs to be an illusionist.
A tale of daring and willpower, the importance of a good assistant, and of course, a white rabbit! Packed with cleverly executed illusions and tantalising tricks, it proves there’s more to magic than meets the eye!
This rich, multilayered production from the Netherlands’ acclaimed Het Filiaal theatermakers is sure to captivate the whole family with live music, impressive illusions,
magical puppetry and marvellous tricks.
Winner Golden Cricket Award for The Most Impressive Stage Performance in Youth Theatre
Graus amazes and moves his audience not only with his voice and performance, but also with all manner of imaginings, disappearing acts, and a flair for variety entertainment. – Golden Cricket Jury Report, 2015
Het Filiaal theatermakers is a large and professional theatre company for families and elementary schoolchildren based in the Dutch city of Utrecht. Their work encompasses theater productions for large and small venues, theatrical concerts and site specific theater. Their in-house art projects are designed to give children an intensive introduction to every facet of theatre and inviting them to explore their creative potential.
The artistic team consists of (artistic) director Monique Corvers, composer Gábor Tarján and object theater maker Ramses Graus. In their work they bring together professional actors, musicians and visual artists. The dynamism, precision and sense of humor with which text, music, acting and visuals are integrated, has come to be the trademark of the company.
Their productions are performed in cities all over the Netherlands and all over the world. From Sydney to Shanghai, from New York to Moscow. Shows such as Baron Rabinovitsj, Captain Lindbergh's Ocean flight, House/Haus, Miss Ophelia and The Secret of Q have toured internationally to the unanimous praise of both audiences and the press.