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Uoo Mee Weee! a coproduction with Baboró International Arts Festival For Children

Uoo Mee Weee! a coproduction with Baboró International Arts Festival For Children
16
Jan
2018

Branar are delighted to be part of the Wide Eyes weekend, hosted by Baboró on the 1st-4th February with our co-production Uoo Mee Weee!

uoo, mee, weee!

Uoo and Mee

Walk the same

Talk the same

Do everything the same…

Until one day one of them decides to do something different!!

uoo, mee, weee! is a charming and playful show that explores what happens when things change. It is a humorous tale of finding your feet and having the courage to be different. Created for children aged 3-6 years, performed by Neasa Ní Chuanaigh & Jay Ryan, it is a non verbal show with an original score by Micheal Chang.

Directed by Lali Morris & Marc Mac Lochlainn it is a co-production by Baboró International Arts Festival for Children & Branar Téatar do Pháistí

 

Ages: 3 to 6 years

Dates & Times

Thursday 1 February
10:00
11:30
15:00

Venue: O’ Donoghue Centre, NUI Galway
Duration: 40 min
Capacity: 60

Wide Eye is a European Celebration of Performing Arts for children aged 0-6 years – with a huge amount of incredible work being showcased. Book your tickets soon.

Wide Eyes: 

A European Celebration of Performing Arts for the Very Young.

Final event of Small size, Performing Arts for Early Years.  Hosted by Baboró International Arts Festival for Children

When: Thursday 1st to Sunday 4th of February, 2018

Where: Galway City, Ireland

What: In early 2018, Baboró hosts ‘Wide Eyes’ A European Celebration of Performing Arts for the Very Young.  This one-off, four-day event will feature a host of:

  • Performances for school, crèche and families
  • Professional development workshops
  • Industry symposia
  • Opportunities for European exchange

The event will feature fifteen new productions for 0-6 year olds, all of which have been developed specifically for this project and are intertwined with one another under the project’s overarching theme of ‘Wide Eyes’.

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