The Bungo, Glasgow
Saturday, 2 Dec - Sunday, 3 Dec
*THIS SHOW IS NOW SOLD OUT*
Presented by Ipdip Theatre
Dr Fay Greenwood is an Elfologist - an expert in all things elf! She has brought two of her tiny friends to meet us. The trouble is that, like all elves, they are very, very shy and will need a lot of encouragement if they are going to come out to play. Maybe you can help?
This new, interactive, multi-sensory experience for under 8s and their accompanying adults is the latest creation from Ipdip Theatre; specialists in creative, delightful, playful live performances for the youngest of audience members.
Please note: Audience will be sitting on cushions on the floor. There are baby changing facilities and limited buggy storage space at the bungo. The performance space is accessed via a set of stairs, with no lift.
Produced by Ipdip Theatre
Written by Charlotte Allan
When you enter the bungo, turn to the right and head straight down the stairs to the performance space.
Queues will form leading up the stairs before doors open.
Doors will open 10 minutes prior to the performance.
Latecomers are permitted throughout the performance.
The performance space is situated at the bottom of a flight of around 20 steps, therefore is not fully accessible. We regret that there is no wheelchair access to the space. If you have any access questions, please contact [email protected].
17-21 Nithsdale Road
Winter Words 2017 is a new work festival for the Christmas season, taking place at the bungo bar & kitchen in Glasgow's Southside. Join us over the busy festival weekend, featuring a line-up of children's theatre, new writing, live music and more. Winter Words is produced by In Motion Theatre Company.