Oral storytelling is an amazing artform capable of creating an intimate performance out of any size venue — from small marquees to concert halls! Our theatrical performances have visited the full range, and performed to crowds up to 3,000 people strong.
Each performance features lively and energetic oral storytelling complete with colourful set and costumes, a hefty dose of original music, and — best of all — non-stop audience participation! Sometimes we'll have everyone joining in with the sound effects, and sometimes a child or adult will be invited to the stage to become a ballet-dancing pirate, a royal model-maker, or even... a working oven!
Check out our review from the newspaper of the theatre world, The Stage — or click here for feedback received from the theatre managers and audiences themselves!
Our current theatre tour is A Bird In Your Ear and is managed by RichardsonPRM. However, if you are interested in some of our other productions, please let our agent know or contact us by clicking here.
Venues we have visited include...
- The Half Moon Young People's Theatre, London
- Cambridge Children's Festival
- Brighton Dome
- Paisley Arts Centre, Scotland
- Solihull Arts Complex
- Cramphorn Theatre, Chelmsford
- Blackwood Miners' Institute, Wales
A Bird In Your Ear
Those Little Birds have done it again — five engaging and lively stories from UK primary school children, in an all-new immersive theatre show! From the moment they step into your box office, your audience are taken on a journey to encounter a bunch of zany characters created by children for children, in tales presented by our highly experienced storytellers!
A Little Bird Told Me
The tour van hits the road again with brand new stories from UK primary school children — full of hilarity and adventure, and sometimes just a little bit scary! The colourful half-tent invites your audience into the intimate world of storytelling — no matter how numerous they are — where they will see spiders grow to gigantic proportions before their very eyes, gazelles leap chasms of doom, and the salsa-dancing Ninja Pig! That is, if they can avoid the dragon poo...