A beautiful new piece of storytelling and song exploring some of the less talked about issues of new motherhood, by new company In Our Hands
Saturday 22 June, 2pm:
Special Daytime Relaxed Performance for parents with babies under 1. This show will have lifted lights and softer sound. Change a nappy, feed the baby, come and go. Do whatever your baby needs. Cooing, gurgling and crying babies welcome.
A vocal journey into the messiness of one woman’s motherhood. Two women, two voices, in just a meter square playing space. Baba’s Song is a wild roar in the woods and a panic attack in Mothercare.
In Our Hands is an emerging South West based theatre company made up of actor/physical theatre performer Kim Heron (Green Ginger, Theatre Ad Infinitum) and musician/actor Jannah Warlow (Verity Standen, Bristol Old Vic). Baba’s Song sees Kim and Jannah collaborate with Bristol director Emma Williams to create a new piece of performance storytelling.
Angie Belcher, Comedian
“It truly summed up motherhood… wonderful to see such a subject being tackled on stage.”
Alexandra Bridger, The Medicated Follower
“It rarely goes 10 minutes without them effortlessly creating something I have never seen before… [In Our Hands Theatre] are an exciting addition to the theatrical landscape. They are absolutely thrilling!”
Devised and Performed by Jannah Warlow & Kim Heron
Directed by Emma Williams
Produced by Naomi Lange
Music advice by Verity Standen
Lighting design by Chris Collier
Running Time: 1 hour (no interval)Artist's Website
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