With a visually stunning interactive light show, emotional and immersive theatre, dance and fantasy intertwined, this is a terrific chance for parents to give their kids a very special experience.
In Icelandic ‘Kindur’ means ‘sheep’ and this is a show dedicated to Iceland as seen through the eyes of an adventurous flock. Each audience member is asked to wear a glowing woollen heart to have the chance to be a part of the show.
Three dancers, who interpret three Icelandic sheep, take us on a magical journey. Along the way the audience visit ‘hidden’ inhabitants of the remote wilderness: elves and trolls. The sheep protagonists of ‘Kindur’ reveal this secret world, strong and fragile at the same time, communicating to the children in the audience the extraordinary beauty of nature. Interactive family entertainment at its best!
Other family highlights of this year’s Earagail Arts Festival includes Kíla Kids, Guido Fanzini’s Impossible Circus, The Merman’s Tale and Wild Atlantic Weekend – Danny Carmo’s Mathematical Mysteries, Grant Goldie, Circus Raj, Ponydance’s IniSHOWen, with acrobats, jugglers and clowning around from Tumble Circus in their show ‘Unsuitable’. Visit http://www.eaf.ie for more
Show Times :
Wednesday 12th July @ 12pm and 3pm
Thursday 13th July @ 12pm and 3pm
Friday 14th July @ 12pm and 3pm