Days: Friday 6th and Saturday 7th September
Times: 10-11am or 12:30-1:30pm
At B’Opera we create beautiful music for tiny ears with relaxed concerts and performances throughout the year. Come along and experience fantastic music in a friendly, welcoming environment. You can find out all about us via our website and Facebook page, or watch our video for a taste of who we are and what we do.
After their sell-out baby opera sensation A Winter Tale, B’Opera present Alice and the Library Tree – A Curious Tale, a magical, musical adventure for little ones (particularly recommended for children age 0-6) and their grown ups. Alice and the Library Tree was originally commissioned by FOLIO Sutton Coldfield and funded by Arts Council England.
“We both absolutely loved it from start to finish! It’s rare to find a show so obviously built for little people at its heart.” Facebook review of Sing A Rainbow
Alice and the Library Tree is an interactive performance for little ones and their grown-ups exploring the wonder of libraries and how they inspire curiosity.
When a storm damages her beloved library tree and the Queen of Hearts orders it to be chopped down Alice must learn to stand up for what she believes in, along with perseverance and some roof repair skills, to get the library re-opened.
Will Alice be any match for the White Rabbit and evil Queen of Hearts? Will her Fairy Godmother do what fairy godmothers are supposed to do and actually start helping?
Come and find out in this magical interactive production, which takes you and your little ones on a whistlestop tour of beautiful music by Handel, Mozart, Beethoven, Rossini and Wagner, woven around nursery rhymes and folksong, all sprinkled with musical fairy dust by B’Opera’s resident composer, Phil!