The adventures of two little shapes

Branar Teatar do Pháistí to perform Irish premiere of The Shape Of Things for Baboró

THE SHAPE Of Things, Branar Teatar do Pháistí and Starcatchers' new show for those aged from six months to two years has its Irish premiere at the 2016 Babaró International Children's Festival.

The show, created by Branar's Marc MacLochlainn, and puppeteer Ailie Cohen, is set in a soft, tactile, environment, and is an interactive story about how the world around us is made up of wonderful shapes, but sometimes there are so many shapes that some shapes get lost.

Cubert and Triantán are two such shapes and the show follows the adventures they have finding their way back to each other. The story is told through puppetry, object theatre, music and sound, and has been designed for very young children and their parents to enjoy together.

The Shape Of Things is at the Mick Lally Theatre, Druid Lane, tomorrow (11am, 2pm ), Saturday (11am , 1pm, 3pm ), and Sunday (11am, 3pm ). For more information and booking see See also


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