Sat 14 Aug 2021

Live Theatre, Ernie's Journey (Saturday)

Tickets £6 adv. / £8 OTD
Doors 2.30pm

Held in The Globe Garden, Ernie's Journey is a magical circus theatre adventure for family audiences. The seamless integration of story-telling, circus, physical theatre, stage magic, poetry and puppetry will nurture and excite your inner-child.

An original live concert-harp score takes the tale from the dreamy realms of distant shores to the most raucous of sea shanties!

This show is particularly enchanting for 4-11 year-olds but the high-skill circus will amaze even the most cynical teenagers!

A young boy sets sail one day in search of happiness. He doesn't find it! Or does he?

Clementines Live Arts

Jackie Clementines is a performance artist, workshop facilitator, fire choreographer, youth worker, writer, activist and clown. In his time off he is just a clown!

He says: "when I grow up I want to be an actor, playing a clown, impersonating a talented performance artisté!" He has toured circus, theatre and poetry shows across numerous countries, receiving some exceptional reviews along the way. He specialises in unusual interdisciplinary combinations, thought provoking narratives and unadulterated silliness!

www.clementineslivearts.co.uk
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"Ernie’s Journey was brilliant! Full of magic, salty tales and a warming story of friendship to boot. My five-year old loved it so much that he asked to go back to see it again tomorrow!" - Nick White - Wassail Theatre

"The children really loved this performance! They squealed with laughter at the jokes and were wowed by the circus skills" - Sarah Peterkin - Take Art

"Ernie's Journey is a funny, fabulous and engaging show for young people. They ingeniously incorporate a range of circus skills, spoken word and audience interaction seamlessly into a crazy and appealing kid's adventure!" - Deborah Baddoo - TYCA

Please note: 

The event will be held in line with current government guidelines.

Children under the age of 2 can attend the event for free.

Book tickets £6.00 2.30pm
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