There’s a chance for children to see a professional theatre performance, and get involved too, when Travelling Interactive Theatre for Children (TITCH) comes to Brackley Town Football Club on Monday, February 17.
Set up by Naomi Cass Campbell, a professional actress with a wide range of experience in children’s theatre, TITCH aims to inspire children’s imagination by inviting them to join in an exciting adventure packed with songs, music, dancing and the magical world of make-believe.
The idea is that the children don’t just watch the play but join in too – whether they’re on stage alongside the actors or interacting with the other children in the audience.
This helps develop their confidence, social skills and, most important of all, their imagination.
The show coming to Brackley on the first day of half term week is Abracadabra!
Can you help the worst witch in school pass her magic exams? Test your witchcraft and wizardry in this spellbinding show full of songs, dances and magical mishaps.
The show, for children aged from about three to 10, is a Brackley Fringe fundrasing event.
Doors open at 1.30pm and RED, the new balloon and childrens party shop in the Courtyard, will be there to provide face painting.
Tickets for the show, which starts at 2pm, are £5 per child and accompanying adults get in free. There will be a small charge for refreshments.
Tickets are available from the Old Hall Bookshop and SweetRoos in Brackley and from Global Mapping at Glebe Farm, Turweston.
Find out more at www.brackleyfringe.co.uk or www.titch.biz
The next Brackley Fringe fundraiser will be a Robbie Williams tribute night at the football club on March 1.