Presented by A Bird in the Hand Theatre

Weds 8 & Thurs 9 April
See Diary for performance times

Location: Studios – we have two venues, this performance takes place at our Studios, a short walk from the theatre. Click for more information.

In the hours when most people are tucked up, sound asleep in their beds, Midnight the cat rules the roost. She explores the rooftops and alleyways of her town, encountering all the other creatures that are awake in the night. And in the still, quiet moments between one day finishing and the next one beginning, she has the ability to see and to understand all the dreams of the people sleeping in their beds below. But when a wild wind blows through the town, strange things begin to happen.

Midnight is a dream-like show about time, the night and dreaming. And about clever cats and really silly dogs.

Age guidance:

Midnight is aimed at ages 5 – 11. The show deals with ideas of time and dreams in ways to engage this age group. There are some funny characters and sections of lively music, but the pace and language of the storytelling is not geared to very young children, and the theatre will be dark for the night-time scenes.

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£13.50 Full-price Adults
£11.50 Children (age 1 – 15) and Concessions

Running Time: 45 mins approx

Written by Alison Duddle and Mark Whitaker
Made and directed by Alison Duddle
Performed by Mark Whitaker
Music by Chris Davies
Lighting designed by Christina Beaumont

A Bird in the Hand Theatre is a puppet and mask theatre company based in West Yorkshire. They make beautiful, quirky shows, installations and walkabouts for outdoor and theatre audiences. Other current work includes Special Delivery and the Bewonderment Machine.