This event has ended

The Ark, Saturday 14th December - Sunday 29th December

Moon Woke Me Up – This Christmas, escape into space in this fantastic interactive theatrical adventure.

Moon Woke Me Up Nine times
It was still 4am
So I built a rocket with my friends
And went on a journey that never ends
Come up and away with us. Come and play with us.

You are invited to come and build a rocket that will BLAST OFF and take us on a magical adventure. Once inside their homemade rocket children are treated to a magical shadow show as they journey to the moon! Come with us all the way, up there, into outer space!

I wonder if it smells of cheese?
I wonder if it will make me sneeze?
Let's find out!

Inspired by a Haiku of the same title by Basho Matsuo, Moon Woke Me Up is an interactive theatrical adventure to space for ages 3-5, using a wonderful blend of performance and interactive drama, construction play and sensory explorations from Little Bigtop in association with The Civic.


Date:
Saturday 14th December - Sunday 29th December
Time:
10.15am | 11.45am | 2.00pm
Price:
€9.50 | €12.50
Address:
11A Eustace St, Temple Bar, Dublin, Co. Dublin, D02 A590, Ireland

Google Map of 11A Eustace St, Temple Bar, Dublin, Co. Dublin, D02 A590, Ireland

YOU MIGHT ALSO LIKE...

ISPCC Childline: Digital Live Music

Online

ISPCC Childline: Digital Live Music - Live Instagram Streams performed by Irish Artists. ISPCC / Childline, in association with RTÉ 2FM, along with some of Ireland's top artists are coming together to present a two week long digital live music event in support of children in Ireland. People can tune into live performances through each artist's official live Instagram account, and performances will be broadcast live on RTÉ 2FM every evening for thirty minutes, and people can donate to support Childline and the ISPCC. Artists will perform each day at 7pm for two weeks. Full line up of we

More Details

Dublin: One City, One Book

Dublin

Dublin: One City, One Book is an award-winning Dublin City Council initiative, led by Dublin City Public Libraries, which encourages everyone to read a book connected with the capital city during the month of April every year. A Message from Dublin UNESCO City of Literature: "It is with regret that we inform you of the postponement of all the Dublin One City One Book events, scheduled in April, due to the Covid-19 situation. It is hoped that the events will be rescheduled later in the year so please watch out for further updates. Follow us on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram to be kept info

More Details

EPIC – Virtual Museum Experience

Online

EPIC: Virtual Museum Experience - Online. Can't come to EPIC? Then EPIC will come to you! They've gathered together some of their favourite stories from their exhibition and included them in a virtual tour of the museum for you to explore #MuseumFromHome. How to Get Started - Simply navigate through the museum by touching/clicking at various points around the space (it's just like using Google Maps and Street View). Look out for the coloured pins along the way. Touch/click on the pins to open them and reveal the story inside, with videos, audio descriptions about each gallery, images and

More Details