Butterflies

Three friends embark on an exciting adventure to chase their butterflies away.  They cross new seas to unchartered lands, on a journey filled with discovery.  The only trouble is they're are all a bit worried about it.  What if I get wet? What if I make a new friend?  What if I don't?

 

During their voyage the group ride the waves, battle the storms and face their fears, before reaching dry land braver than ever before.

 

Butterflies is an uplifting tale of friendship, courage and how to dance in the rain, told using innovative staging, breathtaking physicality, touching humour and a specially commissioned musical score.

 

Butterflies is a Tangled Feet and Half Moon co-production.

 

Suitable for ages 3-7

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Past and Future

They supported this Production

Half Moon Theatre
Arts Council England
Andrew Lloyd Webber Foundation

Butterflies Press Release coming soon....

#adventure #friendship #worried #brave #ridethewaves

News

News

Jun 27th 2017

NPO Announcement

Tangled Feet are thrilled and immensely proud to have been invited to become one of the Arts Council’s National Portfolio Organisations

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