The production begins performances at the theatre from the 10th February.

The World premiere of this new show, which is co-production between Little Angel Theatre, Blouse and Skirt Theatre Company, Goblin Theatre and Mercury Theatre, is heading to London from the 10th February until the 16th April.  

Suitable for those aged 4-8 years old, the story follows Belle who when she visits her grandfather’s basement, discovers his old dusty instruments. But far from being junk, The Instrumentals are pure funk, and they teach Belle to ‘get down’ in a whole new way. Filled with puppetry and music, The Instrumentals is a story about the memories that we hold and how we celebrate life.

The show has been written and directed by Mia Jerome, with music composed by Cal-L Jonel and puppets designed by Oliver Hymans. The creative team behind the production also includes sound Design & music production by Féz and lighting design by Joshie Harriette. It is performed by Maya Manuel and Elliot Liburd.

Alongside the show itself, there will be family workshops also taking place to celebrate the show. Visit Little Angel’s studios on Sebbon Street, where those attending can expect to make and decorate their very own Instrumentals inspired puppet. These workshops will be taking place between the 11th to the 19th February.

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