Peter, Sally & The Sea
Sat 19 June

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Peter worries… a lot, so he often disappears into imaginary worlds where he can have crazy adventures and still be home in time for tea. But one day Peter’s worries lead him down an overgrown path where he comes face to face with his fears. Can a trip to the beach help him wash away his worries? And maybe cheer up  his grumpy next door neighbour too?

PETER, SALLY & THE SEA is a story about the power of the natural world to soothe worried minds, and a reminder that kindness can reap incredible rewards.

Drawing on her background of many years of devising and performing experimental theatre Heather writes and tells original stories and adaptations of traditional tales for a family audience.

Heather has shared stories in MIRTH, MARVEL & MAUD, Walthamstow and schools around East London. THE JERSEY FESTIVAL OF WORDS commissioned an original story to tour the island’s Primary Schools and community centres and while living in LA over the past few years she shared stories in schools and at The Cayton Children’s Museum in Santa Monica.  We’re very excited to have her back in Walthamstow!

 

Ages 6+ (younger siblings welcome). Tickets are for family groups of up to 4, only one adult per group to ensure there is space with social distancing for as many children. Adults must wear masks in the venue unless exempt and are asked to stay in their seats as much as possible. Children are also encouraged to remain seated. The performer will be on the stage with some distanced participation from children.
Doors open 10.30am
Show Starts 11.00am

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