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Ensonglopedia of Animals

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Ensonglopedia of Animals will be the second show in the Ensonglopedia series. The audience will meet 26 animals - one for each letter of the alphabet.

The show's rehearsal phase and early touring is being supported through a Grant For The Arts from Arts Council England.

BACKGROUND: John Hinton has written several musical comedies about natural history - notably his internationally acclaimed The Origin of Species... for Tangram Theatre, his commissioned songs for Natural History Museum and Cambridge University Botanic Garden, and his schools' piece 'Bex and Rex in the Beastly Brecks'.

John is a Jacques Lecoq-trained physical performer and workshop leader.

TARGET AUDIENCE:  The show will be enjoyed by all ages from 5 to adult, and is particularly aimed at school children in Key Stage 2 (age 7-11). It suitable for a wide range of performance settings, including theatres, schools, science festivals and village halls. 

EXPERTS: The following organisations and individuals are kindly helping to fact-check the show's science content:

DATES: Ensonglopedia of Science will premiere in Spilsby on April 29th 2017, and will play Brighton Fringe and elsewhere. See the list of upcoming performances.

If you are a venue or promoter, please contact us to request a full information pack.

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