Private: Climb That Tree – A Family Music Show



Show Details

Dates: Sat 28 Oct
Times: 11am & 2pm
Running Time: 45 mins
Age Range: 3-8

 

David Gibb presents
Climb That Tree - A Family Music Show

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Join award-winning songwriter and musician David Gibb on a musical journey through his hilarious and often surreal imagination, where bears live in the cupboard under the stairs, wolves are roaming the corridors at school, and trips to the moon are a regular occurrence.

David’s songwriting draws from a wide range of musical influences, deftly blending folk, jazz, reggae and rock and roll. Climb That Tree is guaranteed to have both parents and children singing along in no time – this is music that the whole family can enjoy together.

“Prepare to be carried away with the music…packed full of catchy, toe tapping numbers.”
The Guardian

“David Gibb has a well-deserved cult following for his stage show which includes tales of dragons and driving chocolate cars. His lyrics are genuinely side-splitting and tunes guaranteed to get stuck in your head for days.”
Creative Tourist

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Alongside the performances of Climb That Tree – A Family Music Show on Saturday 28 October we have a free artist event with children’s book illustrator John Shelley – find out more.

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Free Artist Event
Alongside the performances of Climb That Tree – A Family Music Show on Saturday 28 October we have a free artist event with children’s book illustrator John Shelley (Will’s Words; Stone Giant), whose work is part of Pictures at Play, our current Gallery @ Half Moon exhibition.

Join us at 12pm (after the 11am performance) or 1.15pm (before the 2pm show) and meet the artist!

We have other free children’s book illustrator events on the following days:

Sat 30 Sep, 12pm & 1.15pm: Bridget Marzo (Busy Little World series)
Sat 14 Oct, 11.15am & 12.45pm: Jo Byatt (Busy Little World series)
Sat 11 Nov, 12pm and 2pm: Julia Woolf (Lazy cat; Giraffe on a Bicycle)
Sat 25 Nov, 12pm & 1.15pm: Pam Smy (Thornhill; Lob) and Polly Noakes (The Very Long Sleep)

Many of the artists will also be at our Winter Arts Fair on Saturday 2 December.