The show Anthea's Garden returns...

© Simon Howe 2017 used with permission

© Simon Howe 2017 used with permission

Presenting a live performance for marimba, vibraphone, glockenspiel, narrator and pictures from the children's book.

Anthea’s Garden is about a little girl who has a series of dreamlike, magical adventures. She has shrunk to the size of a mouse and explores her garden where she finds: a runaway pot plant; her giant cat; fairies dancing; and a parade of insects. Set in a suburban backyard in Melbourne, the story encapsulates the magic of childhood through the power of the imagination and children’s instinctive fascination with nature. 

Performed by Collision Theory,

Narrator and Author: Ailsa Wild, Pictures: Simon Howe, Music: Katherine Rawlings

Sunday 28th of May @ 11:30 am

and 

Sunday 28th of May @ 2:00 pm  

 

St Linus Anglican Church

21 Glyndon Avenue, Coburg North, VIC

General admission $15 book here

The show runs for around 30 min. including question time

Click play to hear the second movement of "Anthea's Garden": Runaway Pot Plant

To see/hear more on all things Anthea's Garden click here