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Make Some Noise

Ages 5+

Calendar Icon 1 Jan 1970 - 27 Jan 2024
Age Rating IconAges 5+
Clock Icon60 minutes

Noise can be gentle, quiet, loud, lots of fun and full of feelings. 

Dommy B shares a surprising story about growing up, finding a brilliant (but naughty) imaginary friend, becoming ‘Junk the Punk’ and joining a great school band (Whizzkid and the Veggie Burgers)!

There’ll be rhymes, jokes, and lots of opportunity to make some noise in a celebration of the power of sound and friendship.

Dommy B is a multi-award winning performer of poetry and stories in theatres and festivals (He was Glastonbury festival’s Poet in Residence’) across the UK and overseas. He is known from his TV appearances including CBeebies Rhyme Rocket.

“I love performing kid’s shows because children make the best audiences!” Dommy B told us. “As well as loads of fun, I’m hoping to offer my audiences a really good experience of poetry, so that they’ll see that it’s not boring, or something that you’ve got to be a grown up to understand and enjoy. It’s something everyone can join in with, and most importantly have a great time listening to!”

Make Some Noise is a Dommy B production.

All seating is unreserved. All performances are relaxed performances and blind and visually impaired audiences can pre-book touch tours prior to all performances. Find out more about how to find usaccess and some FAQs about your visit. If the show you want to see is sold out, you can join our waiting list and we will get in touch if any tickets become available.

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