It’s all about travel, adventure and one really surprising grandma!
Exploring while stuck at Gran’s, two children discover a most mysterious game – they’ll get more than they bargained for when they start to roll the dice!
Join Julia and John as they play Granny’s Game, where a trip around the board becomes a globetrotting adventure! Wrestling the snakes and climbing the ladders, our brave players will risk it all in a high-stakes quest they’ll never forget.
Rhubarb Theatre present a new theatre treat for intrepid adventurers of all ages, based on the inspiring real-life heroism of journalist and explorer Nellie Bly.
Make a journey round Spain and through France,
Perhaps see a snake-charmer dance?
There’ll be dragons in Hong Kong
Don’t put a foot wrong!
Be bold, roll the dice, take a chance!
Suitable for: 5yrs+ and their families
Running time: approx. 60mins (no interval)
Ideal for: arts centres, theatres, schools and community settings.
Accompanying workshops for KS1 –
A: An around-the-world role-play journey – follow in the footsteps of the great adventurer Nellie Bly, on a whistle-stop tour around the world. You don’t even need to bring a passport!
B: Taking inspiration from a destination on our round-the-world journey, join Rhubarb Theatre in an interactive storytelling tale. Step into the jungles of India with The Tiger Child – a traditional Indian story brought to life!
Accompanying workshop for KS2 –
C: Theatre skills workshop Highlighting a variety of drama techniques including: communication, focus, physical theatre, mask, clowning and much more. Perfect for building students’ confidence and performance skills.
D: Creative writing workshop This is a practical workshop that gives the participants ideas for creating new stories through the medium of drama.
Cross-generational workshops –
The themes of Granny’s Game are focused on members of different generations playing, exploring and learning together. If you are keen to bring together different generations in your community or would like more information then please contact Kirsty to discuss ways we can connect groups through fun workshops. Full contact details below.